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Full text of "Minutes of the King's Mountain Baptist Association at the ... anniversary meeting"

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KINGS 

MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 

of 
Cleveland County 
North Carolina 
One Hundred Twenty-Sixth Annual Session 
Held With 
Elizabeth Baptist Church 
October 19-20, 1976 




Next Session with 

POLKVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 18-19, 1977 



Sermon 
Alternate 



Reverend C. A. Kirby, Jr 
Reverend Wilson Padgett 



Table of Contents 



ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICERS: 

Brotherhood 

General Officers ZZ_Z_ZZZZZZ 12 - 

Ministers' Wives Auxiliary ~ 8 

Pastors Conference ~Z__Z 12 

Sunday School ■ . Z_" Z 12 

Training Workers Z " 10 

WMU _ _ _ 11 

COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION^ " 13 

Calendar 1 

Christian Life ■ Z_Z_Z ~_ 9 

Committee on Committees Z ZZ Z~Z 9 

Constitution -— ~Z~Z~ ~ 8 

Evangelism . , Z ~~~ " 9 

Executive Z 9 

Finance " __~~ 8 

Historical . ZZZZZ 9 

Institutional Representatives '. ZZ~Z~ZZZ~Z 9 

Membership . " - 36 

Nominations ~~ " 9 

Order of Business " ZZ " 10 

Ordinations _~ ~~~' 10 

Place and Preacher ~~ 1° 

Resolutions Z_^ " ~~ ~ 10 

Seminary Extension _. Z ZZZZZ 10 

South Mountain Camp — . ~Z___ ~" 10 

Trustees _ 10 

Youth and Family Services - -_Z"ZZZ " 12 

DIRECTORY OF MINISTERS: '" ~ i0 

Assistant Pastors and Ministers of Education 19 

Licensed Ministers -----______„ ZZ 

Ministers Licensed This Year — Z ~~~ 13 

Ministers Ordained This Year Z ~ 13 

Ministers Deceased This Year - . ,__ 13 

Ordained Ministers Nor Servina As Pas-ho-rcT" ~ ~~~ 13 
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: Pastors — 14 

By-Laws of the Association WMU 

GENERAL HISTORICAL AND REFERENCE MATERIALS- 46 

Constitution and By-Laws i 

Mafof 1 ^ T ents of interes t in churc h ;r:::::::::::::__ 2 °-i 9 9 

Map or the Association . iy 

Messengers Attending Association Meeting"---ZZZZZZZZ""" 4 °~f I 

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting - — -?—_____ " 

Zip Code Listings ■ _ 30 

Visitors . ' 58 

Digest of Church Letters ZZZ ZZZZZZZZ 17 

Historical Tables ~ " 59 

REPORTS: " 60-61 

Brotherhood Report 

Historian's Report --. Z 37 

Membership Report . ~~ ' 43 

Church Training ■ _ " 4 3 

WMU — _ 36 

38 



GENERAL BOARD: 

Summary of Work of Board 40 

Budget 48 



Evangelism " 4 



Librarians 



56 



Memorials " 17 

Music Ministry 39 

Order of Business (Program) 45 

Received From Churches 51 

Representatives on Executive Board 52 

Treasurer's 49 

Trustees 36 

CHURCH OFFICERS: 

Brotherhood Directors ■ Table F 72-73 

Chairman of Deacon Boards ■ Table I 78-79 

Clerks == Table H 76-77 

Music Directors Table D 68-69 

Pastors and Church Membership Table A 62-63 

Sunday School Superintendents — Table B 64-65 

Training Union Directors Table C 66-67 

Treasurers ■ Table G 74-75 

WMU Presidents ■ Table E 70-71 




The Elizabeth Baptist Church was organized in 18 83. Because 
of a gift of three acres of land from her, and her interest in 
the new church, the church was named in honor of Elizabeth Love 
Wilson, 

The first building was erected in 1884. Growth and progress 
led to the completion of a new building in 1910 which replaced 
the original one room structure. A third structure was completed 
in 1940. In December of 1954 a fire completely destroyed the 
building. In 1957 the first phase of the present edifice was 
completed. Then, in 1969, the present facilities were completed 
with an additional educational building. Estimated value of the 
physical plant is a million dollars. 

Fred A. Mauney, the present pastor, has served the congregation! 
since August of 1972. He is a native of Mecklenburg County and 
is a graduate of Wingate College, Furman University, and South- 
western Baptist Theological Seminary. His previous pastorates 
are: First Baptist, Stanley, N. C; First Baptist, Valdese,N. C. 
Florence, Forest City, N. C; and First Baptist, New Bern, N, C. 




Calendar of Events 



1977 

3 Pastor's Conterence, Shelby Second Baptist, 10:00 A.M. 
3- 7 January Bible Study, Romans 

6 Minister's Wives, 12:00 

14-15 Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

17 GENERAL BOARD, 7:00 P.M., Polkville Baptist Church 
17-18 Pastor/Music Director Workshop, Lenoir 
17-18 S.S. Bible Teaching/Learning Workshop, Charlotte 

23 WMU Council, Baptist Center, 7:00 P.M. 
28-29 Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 

FEBRUARY 

Home Missions Study 
6-12 WMU Focus Week . 

7 Pastor's Conference, 10:00 A.M., Second Baptist, Shelby 
7- 9 Statewide Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 

10 Minister's Wives, 12:00 

11 Associational G.A. Activity 

11-13 Marriage Enrichment Retreat, Caraway 
18-19 Adult Choir Festival, Statesville, First 
20 Homes for the Aging Offering 

22 Regional Choir Festival (Child) Kings Mtn. First, 5:00 P.M. 

24 Baptist Woman Mission Fair 

25-26 Adult Choir Festival Workshop, Front Street, Statesville 
25-26 High School Seniors Retreat, Caraway 

MARCH 

3- 4 VBS Clinic, Baptist Assembly 

4- 5 Youth Choir Festival, Winston-Salem First 
4- 5 Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista 

6-13 Week of Prayer, Home Missions 

7 Pastor's Conference, 10:00 A.M., Shelby Second 
10-11 VBS Clinic, Caraway 

10 Minister's Wives, 12:00 
15-16 WMU Annual Session*, Civic Center, Asheville 
17-18 VBS Clinic, Ridgecrest 

28 Associational VBS Clinic, 7:00 
22-24 GW Minister's Conference 

23 Day Camp Workshop, Gardner-Webb 
25-26 Handbell Festival, Greensboro 
25-27 State Pioneer RA Congress, Wingate 

28 WMU Council, Baptist Center 
28-29 Preaching-Worship Workshop 



APRIL 
1- 2 Weekday Early Education Workshop, W. Asheville 
4 Pastor's Conference, Shelby Second, 10:00 A.M. 
7 Minister's Wives, 12:00 

10 Easter Sunday 

11 Easter Monday-Office Closed, 

15-16 American Campcraft Conference, Caraway 

15-16 Church Library Conference, Greensboro, First Church 

17 Cooperative Program Day 

18 GENERAL BOARD, Zoar Baptist Church, 7:30 P.M. 
18 S.S. Teaching/Learning Workshop, Gastonia 



19 WMU Annual Meeting, Macedonia, 7:00 P.M. 
18-20 CM. & T. Special Workers Workshop, Caraway 

19 Church Building Conference, Raleigh 
22-23 Weekend R.A. Camp, Caraway 
22-24 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 
22-24 State Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest 

23 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

25 WMU Council, Baptist Center 7:00 P.M. 
29-30 Weekend R.A. Camp, Caraway 
29- 

May 1 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 
29- 
May 1 Baptist Young Men's Retreat, Caraway 

MAY 

2 Pastor's Conference, 10:00 A.M., Second Baptist 
2 Assoc. G.A. Workshop 
2- 3 Christian Sex Education Workshop, Caraway 

5 Minister's Wives, 12:00 

5- 7 Youth Ministry Workshop, Caraway 

6- 7 BYW Retreat, Munda Vista 

7 Interfaith Witness Conference, Caraway 

8 Mother's Day /Baptist Hospital Offering 

9 Prayer Retreat, WMU 

9 Communications Conference, First Church Greensboro 
13-15 Teacher and Interpreter Conference, Caraway 

16 Mission Friends Leaders Workshop, Kings Mtn. First 
20-21 State R.A. Track Meet, Gardner-Webb 
23-26 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

27 WMU % Pastors Picnic, 5:30, Padgett Picnic Grounds 
27-28 State Correctional Ministries Conference, Raleigh 

JUNE 

6 Heck Jones Memorial Offerinq 

6 Pastor's Conference, 10:00 Shelby Second. 
13-18 Youth Ministry Week, Caswell 
14-16- Southern Baptist Convention, Memphis, Tennessee 

19 Father's Day/Scholarship Offering 
20-25 CM. & T. Week, Caswell 
27- 2 Children's Choir Camp, Caswell 

JULY 

4 Pastor's Conference, 10:00, Shelby Second Baptist 
4- 8 Week of Christian Study & Fellowship, Mars Hill 
4- 9 SS Bible Conference, Caswell 
11-15 Children's Choir Camp, Fruitland 
11-16 World Missions Week, Caswell 
16-22 Sunday School Week, Ridgecrest 

18 GENERAL BOARD, Pleasant Ridge, 7:30 P.M 
L8-22 Children's Choir Week, Fruitland 
18-23 Youth Conference, Caswell 
23-29 Sunday School Week, Ridgecrest 

25 S. S. Assoc. Briefing Mtg., Ridgecrest 
25-30 Youth/Adult Music Week, Caswell 
30- 5 Church Library /Weekday Early Education Conf., Ridgecrest 

AUGUST 

31-7 Area Wide Crusade ? 
1- 6 Youth Conference, Caswell 



8 Pastor's Conference, 10:00, Second Baptist Church 
6-12 WMU Conference, Ridgecrest 
8-13 Youth Conference, Caswell 
8-12 G.A. Camp, Mundo Vista 
15-19 Vacation Week, Caswell 

19 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night, Greensboro 
20-26 Student Week At Ridgecrest 
21-27 Week of Prayer for Association Missions 
22-26 Student Week at Ridgecrest 
22-24 Retreat for Exceptional Persons, Caraway 
26-27 Assoc. Officers Workshop, Fruitland 
27- 2 S.S. Week, Ridgecrest 
28 On-to-College Day 

29- 3 S.S. Leadership, Caswell 

SEPTEMBER 

2- 3 Assoc. Officers Workshop, Mundo Vista 

5 Pastor's Conference, 10:00, Second Baptist Shelby 
9-10 Assoc. Off. Workshop, Mundo Vista 
9-10 Brotherhood Leadership Training Retreat, Caraway 
12-16 Missionary Education Dialogues 
16-17 Vol/Part-time Mtusic Directors Retreat, Caraway 

18 State Missions Day 
19-21 Multi-Vention, Caraway 

2 Church Building Conference, Lower Creek, Lenoir 
2 3-25 Lay Renewal Celebration, Caraway 
£5-30 S.S. Preparation Week 

26-30 Church Training Rallies - Children Exploring Discipleship 
26-30 Pre-school Music Workshops, Hickory, Charlotte 

30- 2 Baptist State Student Convention 

DCTOBER 

3 Pastor's Conference, 10:00, Shelby Second 

3- 4 Baptist Woman's Seminars 

5 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis 

6 Minister's Wives Mtg., 12:00 

6- 7 Baptist Women's Seminars 

7- 8 BYW Convention, Ridgecrest 

7- 8 S.S. Age Group Conference, Caraway 
9 Biblical Recorder Day 

12 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis 
14-15 Younger Crusader R.A. Camp, Caraway 
14-15 S.S. All Age Group Conference, Ridgecrest 
14-16 Deacons Retreat, Ridgecrest 

17 GENERAL BOARD, Macedonia Baptist, 7:30 P.M. 
17-19 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 
18-19 Annual Meeting 

19 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis 
21-23 Senior Men's Retreat 
21-23 Career/Professional Women's Retreat, Ridgecrest 

24 WMU Council, Baptist Center, 7:00 P.M. 

26 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis 
28-30 Marriage Enrichment Retreat 
28-29 Pioneer RA Officers Workshop, Caraway 
28-30 Creative Methods in Bible Study, Caraway 

30 S.S. High Attendance Day 

NOVEMBER 

1 Special Activities Workshop, Ridgecrest 



3 Same Workshop at Munda Vista 
4- 5 Chairman of Deacons/Pastor Conference, First Church, 
Winston Salem 

7 Pastor's Conference, Shelby Second, 10:00 A.M. 
7-13 Royal Ambassador Week 

10 Minister's Wives, 12:00 

11 January Bible Study Preparation, Gardner Webb 
11-12 Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 

13-14 N.C. Baptist Men's Convention 
14-16 N.C. Baptist State Convention, Charlotte 
18-19 Church Administration Conference, Caraway 
18-19 Crusader RA Congress 

18-19 Training Retreat, Assoc. Acteens Officers, Munda Vista 
20 Thanksgiving Offering Sunday 

24 Thanksgiving Day 

25-26 Discipleship Retreat, Caraway 

DECEMBER 
4-11 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

5 Pastor's Conference, 10:00 A.M., Shelby Second 

8 Minister's Wives, 12:00 

25 Student Day at Christmas 

Associational Directory 

OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

Moderator: Mr. William McDaniel - R-2, Kings Mountain 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Dan Jolly - Box 1284, Shelby 
Clerk-Treasurer: Mr. Joseph Cabaniss - Box 174, Shelby 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mr. William McDaniel. Moderator, Chairman - R-2, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Dan Jolly (Vice-Moderator) - Box 1284, Shelby 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss (Clerk-Treasurer) - Box 174, Shelby 

Rev. Cline Borders (Director of Missions) - Box 24, Shelby 

Rev. Robert Riddle (S.S.Dir.) - Box 1360, Shelby 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly (C.T. Dir.) - R-2, Shelby 

Mr. A. L. Hardin (Bro. Dir.) - R-6, Shelby 

Mrs. Durham Ledbetter (WMU Dir.) - R-2, Shelby 

Rev. David Lucas (Bap. Youth/Christ Dir.) - 1223 Fallston Road, 

Shelby 
Rev. Dean Coffey (Youth/Fam. Serv. Dir.) - Casar 
Rev. Allen Jolley (Music Director) - Box 786, Kings Mountain 

(Pres. Pastor's Conf.) 
Rev. Charles Freeman (Ch. Norn. Com.) - Box 832, Boiling Springs 
Rev. Gene Land (Ch. Com. on Com.) - 906 Rhodes Ave., Kings 

Mountain 
Rev. Fred Mauney (Ch. Mem. Com.) - 301 N. Post Road, Shelby 
Rev. Clyde Chapman (Cn. Fin. Com.) - R-2, Shelby 
Rev. Alton Martin (Ch. Evang. Com.) - Polkville 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Rev. Gene Land, Chairman - 9 06 Rhodes Ave., Kings Mountain 

Rev. Ed Sessom - R-2, Shelby 

Rev. Don Farrow - Earl 

Mrs. T. S. Putnam - Lawndale 

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Mrs. Bus Blanton - Lattimore 

CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Chairman - Box 1284, Shelby 

Rev. Robert Riddle (S.S. Dir.) - Box 1360, Shelby 

Rev. B. E. Heatherly (C.T. Dir.) - R-2. Shelby 

Mr. A. L. Hardin (Bro. Dir.) - R-6, Shelby 

Mrs. Durham Ledbetter (WMU Dir.) - R-2, Shelby 

Rev. Allen Jolley (Music Dir.) - Box 786, Kings Mountain 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Russell Fitts - 1979 - Kings Mountain 

Rev. Richard Plyler -1977 - R 1, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter - 1977 - Box 848, Shelby 

Rev. Paul West - 1978 - R-3, Shelby 

Mrs. Billy Wilson - 1978 - Shelby 

Mrs. Ellis Martin - 1979 - R-2, Lawndale 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Chairman - 1979 - R-4, Shelby 
Mr. George Hamrick - 1977 - Shelby 
Mr. James West - 197 8- Shelby 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Rev. Alton Martin, Chairman - 1978 - Polkville 

Rev. Charles Maples - 1977- - Shelby 

Mr. Jim Yarbro - 1977 - Kings Mountain 

Mr. Delbert Lee - 1978 - Shelby 

Rev. Larry Nunn - 1979 - Shelby 

Rev. Wilson Padgett - 1979 - Shelby 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Dr. Clyde Chapman, Chairman - 1978 - R-2, Shelby 

Mr. Dan Moore - 1977 - Boiling Springs 

Mr. Carlos Young - 1979 - Shelby 

Mr. Joseph Cabiness, Clerk-Treasurer - Shelby 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. Wyan Washburn, Chairman (Historian) - Boiling Springs 

Mr. C. C. Padgett - 1977 - Lattimore 

Mr. T. S. Putnam - 19 77 - Lawndale 

Mr. Hackett Wilson - 1978 - Shelby 

Mr. W. H. Dodd - 19 78 - Waco 

Mrs. Charlotte Swift - 1979 - Shelby 

Mrs. John Berry Hamrick - 1979 - R-3. Shelby 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Rev. Fred Mauney, Chairman - 19 78 - Shelby 
Rev. Bruce Rabon - 1977 - Fallston 
Rev. Dan Wallace - 1979 - Shelby 



Rev. Ansel Center - 1979 - Kings Mountain 
Mr. Neiman Kell - 1978 - Kings Mountain 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Rev. Charles Freeman, Chairman-19 7 9 - Boiling Spring- 

Mrs. Bob Sweezy - 1977 - R-4, Shelby 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly - 1977 - R-2, Shelbv 

Dr. W. L. Pitts - 1978 - Shelby 

Rev. J. C. Goare - 1979 - Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Gene Elliott - 1979 - Fallston 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. W. H. Pope, Chairman - 1978 - r- 5 Shelby 
Rev. Guy Cabaniss - 1977 - Kings Mountain 
Rev. Richard Brown - 1979 - Shelby 

ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Moderator 

Clerk-Treasurer 

Music Chairman 

Rev. Roy Taylor, Chairman - 1977 - Shelbv 

Rev. L. D. Scruggs - 1978 - R-4, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Donald Farrow - 1979 - Earl 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Ron Parris, Chairman - 1977 - Waco 

Mrs. Cecil Murray - 1978 - Waco 

Mrs. Hubert Dixon - 1979 - Boiling Springs 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Clyde Bearden, Chairman - 1977 - Kings Mountain 
Rev. Marvin Whisnaut - 1978 - r-6, Shelby 
Dr. Alice Culiiann - 1979 - Boiling Springs 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP COMMITTEE 

Mr. John Hendrick, Chairman - 1977 - R-5, Shelby 

Rev. Julius Lee - 1977 - R-l, Grover 

Mrs. Joe Hamrick - 1978 - R-5, Shelby 

Mr. Jim Turner - 1978 - Kings Mountain 

Mrs. L. P. Williams - 1979 - Shelby 

Rev. Marvin Greenway - 197 9 - R-l, Grover 

YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Lynn Ledford, Chairman - 1979 - R-4, Shelbv 
Mr. Cleve Rayfield - 1978 - Shelby 
Mrs. Ruth Dedmon - 1977 - Shelby 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Glenn Davenport, Chairman - 1977 - Shelby 
James Wall - 1977 - Lattimore 
Cleve Rayfield - 1977 - Shelby 

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Miss Debbie Pryon - 1978 - Shelby- 
Mrs. Joyce Beam - 1978 - Shelby 
Vernon Frank - 1978 - Kings Mountain 
Ned Buckner - 19 79 - Shelby 
Gary Gragg - 1979 - R-4, Shelby 

Respectfully submitted , 
Committee on Committees 
Mrs. Robert Sweezy 
Mrs . David Beam 
Charles Freeman 
Julius Lee 
Russell Fitts, Chairman 

ORGANIZATIONAL WORKERS 

SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS 

Director - Bob Riddle, Shelby 

Teaching Improvement Dir. - Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 

Outreach Director - Rev. Bruce Rabon, Fallston 

VBS Director - Frank Stroup, Shelby 

Extension Activities Dir. - Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: 

Cradle Roll - Mrs. Marguerita McKee, Kings Mountain 

Preschool #1 - Mrs. J. B. Price, Lattimore 

Preschool #2 - Mrs. Al Waters, Jr., Shelby 

Children #1 - Mrs. Marvin Whismaut, Shelby 

Children #2 - Linwood Crawford, Shelby 

Youth - Larry Nunn, Shelby 

Adults - Rev. W. L. Pitts, Shelby 

GROUP DIRECTORS 

Grover - Mrs. Toy Grigg 
Kings Mountain - Delores White 
Lattimore - Martha Mason 
Polkville - Mrs. Clyde Mclntire 
Shelby - Mrs. Gene Blanton 
Waco - Mrs. John Hendrick 

CHURCH TRAINING WORKERS 

Director - Rev. Broadus Heather ly, Shelby 

Leadership Training - Rev. Bobby Seagroves , Lattimore 

New Member Orientation - Bill Alexander, Kings Mountain 

Chorister - Ken Brooks, Lattimore 

Pianist - Diane Brooks, Lattimore 

Age Group Directors : 

Preschoolers - Mrs. Odell Blanton, Kings Mountain 

Children - Mrs. Eugene Roberts, Kings Mountain 

Youth - Barry Padgett, Boiling Springs 

Adults - Rev. Ed Sessom, Lattimore 

BROTHERHOOD WORKERS 

Director - A. L. Hardin 
Ass't Director - L. J. Bailey 
Baptist Men's Director - Jae Hamrick 

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Sec-Treasurer - Jennings Brooks 
R.A. Leader - Kenneth Ledford 

W. M. U. WORKERS 

Director - Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Shelby 
Ass't Director - Mrs. Bruce Hord, Shelby- 
Baptist Women's Director - Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Shelby 
Ass't Baptist Women's Dir. - 

B. Y. W. Director - Miss Donnie Spears, Kings Mountain 
Ass't B. Y. W. Director - Mrs. Joe Costner, Lawndale 
Acteens Director - Jeanne Jones, Shelby 
Ass't Acteens Director - 

G. A. Director - Mrs. Larry Morrison, Lawndale 
Ass't G. A. Director - 

Mission Friends Director - Mrs. Reginald Alexander, King Mountain 
Ass't Mission Friends Dir. - Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Shelby 

TRUSTEES 

Mr. J. A. West (1979) - Shelby 
Mr. Max Long (19 78) - Grover 
Mr. Fred Mauney (1977) - Shelby 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes - Mrs. Ruth Davidson, Shelby 

Homes for the Aging - Mr. Walter Davis 

Baptist Hospital - Dr. D. F. Hord, Kings Mountain 

Baptist Colleges - Dr. R. W. Abrams , Boiling Springs 

Annuity Board - Mr. Hal Wright 

Christian Literature - A. L. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program - Rev. Roland Leath, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

President - Rev. Fred Mauney, 301 N. Post Road, Shelby 
Vice-President - Rev. William Pope, Route 5, Shelby 
Secretary-Treasurer - Rev. Ed H. Sessom, Route 2, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES 

President - Mrs. Dan Wallace, 609 Charles Road, Shelby 

1st Vice-President - Mrs. Alton Martin, Polkville 

2nd Vi-ce-President - Mrs. Marvin Whisnant, R-6, Box 71, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer - Mrs. Bobby Seagroves , R-8, Box 236, Shelby 

Publicity Chairman - Mrs. Paul West, R-3, Shelby 

ASSISTANT PASTORS & MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Charles E. Maples (AP) , 623 Dellinger Rd. , Shelby - Bethel 

Vernon Frank (ME), Box 387, Kings Mountain - Bethlehem 

Barry Padgett (ME), Box 536, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Richard Brown (AP) , R-7, Box 291A, Shelby - Calvary 

R. Allen Jolley (ME), 701 W. King St., Kings Mtn . - Kings Mtn . 

First 
Neiman Kell (ME) , 519 Fallingwood Dr. , Kings Mtn. - Kings Mtn. 

Second 
Miss Delores White (ME), R-4, Box 203, Kings Mtn. - Macedonia 

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Mike Staton (AP) , P. 0. Box 187, Boiling Springs - Mt. Sinai 

Larry Nunn (AP) , R-ll, Box 342-31, Shelby - Shelby Second 

W. J. McSwain (AP) , R-l, Shelby - Wallace Grove 

Bill McKee (AP) , Drawer 1648, Shelby - Immanuel 

Rev. Robert Riddle (ME), P. 0. Box 1360, Shelby - Shelby First 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

J. L. Cloninger - Macedonia 
Howard Sain - New Camp Creek 
Durham Hughes - Pleasant Hill- 
Frank H. Malone - Shelby First 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Allen Welborn, Box 689, Boiling Springs - Bethel 

Mr. Willie Arrwood - Faith 

R. Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mtn. - Kings Mtn. First 

Paul Childers, R-l, Grover - New Buffalo 

Eddie G. Griggs, R-3, Kings Mtn. - Oak Grove 

Louis Micheal Remy, P. 0. Box 2467, Port au-Prince, Haiti - 

Immanuel 
Rev Allen Davis, R-ll, Box 404, Shelby - Northside 
Mr. J. Clint Newton, 612 Peach St., Shelby - First Shelby 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 

Mr. Robbie Moore, R-l, Grover - Allen Memorial 

Richard Griswold, Box 319, Boiling Springs - Bethel 

Dennis Ball, Box 387, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Jimmy Guild, Box 321, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Charles Dellinger, 709 Gardner St., Shelby - Calvary 

Tommy Moss, 802 Tryon St., Shelby - Calvary 

Tommy Mode, 609 W. Elm St., Shelby - Calvary 

Caris Owens, Jr., R-4, Shelby - Calvary 

Forrest Ridings, 1502 Kings Rd., Shelby - Calvary 

James Hamrick, R-l, Waco Rd., Kings Mtn. - Faith 

Fred Gillespie, Box 1823, SBTS, Louisville, Kty - Fallston 

Keith Benfield, P. O. Box 203, Boiling Springs - Pleasant Grove 

Boyd Lattimore, Box 19 6, Polkville - Polkville 

Nicky Rudasill, R-l, Lawndale - Union 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Mr. Robbie Moore, R-l, Grover - Allen Memorial 

Dennis Ball, Box 387, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Jimmy Guild, Box 321, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Bobby Gantt, R-6, Shelby - Elizabeth 

Charlie H. Turner, R-2, Box 332, Grover - Grover First 

Gene Alexander, 614 Temple St., King Mtn. - King Mountain First 

Phillip Reid, P. O. Box 97, Lattimore - Lattimore 

John Linderman, R-l, King Mountain - Oakview 

Toy Steven Bolton, R-3, Box 351-B, Kings Mtn. - Patterson Grove 

John Franklin Bridges, 802 Katherine Ave., Kings Mnt. - Patterson 

Grove 
Billy Ramsuer, R-2, Lawndale - Plains View 
Roger Sailors, R-3, Lawndale - Plains View 
Randy Champion, R-5, Shelby - Plains View 
Keith Benfield, P. O. Box 203, Boiling Springs- Pleasant Grove 

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Jack Davis, R-3, Shelby - Pleasant Ridge 

Boyd Lattimore, Box 19 6, Polkville - Polkville 

Harold Register, R-5, Shelby - Polkville 

Don Byrd, R-5, Shelby - Polkville 

Guy Soule, Jr., 525 Rice Circle, Wake Forest -Shelby Second 

Solan Moss, R-4, Box 115, King Mtn. - Temple 

Jerry Rockholt, 703 E. King St., Kings Mtn. - Temple 

Nicky Rudasill, R-l, Lawndale - Union 

W. J. McSwain, Shelby - Wallace Grove 

John Ross, P. 0. Box 442, Kings Mtn. - Westover 

H. Davis, R-2, Kings Mtn. - Westover 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Mr. Bob Bowen, R-l, Grover - Allen Memorial 

Fletcher McGinnis, Caroleen Rd. , Ellenboro - Beaver Dam 

Glenn Short, 1212 Fidney St., Shelby - Bethel 

Broadus Matthews, R-2, Box 390, Kings Mtn. - Bethlehem 

R. W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Garland Allen, Box 801, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Ernest Blankenship, Box 852, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

P. A. Cline, Box 854, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Robert Lamb, Box 794, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

S. L. Lamm, Box 173, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

R. F. Lancaster, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Melvin Lutz, Box 932, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

M. Van Murrell, Box 901, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

James McAlister, Box 238, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Robert Trexler, Box 304, Boiling Springs - Boilings Springs 

C. W. Walker, R-2, Shelby - Boiling Springs 

Robert Williard, Box 495, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs 

Marlow Stroup, 50 5 Gardner Street, Shelby - Calvary 

T. W. Bray, 307 Clegg St., Shelby - Eastside, Shelby 

E. S. Elliot, 118 Grover St., Shelby - Elizabeth 

Paul Allen, R-l, Box 423, Grover - Grover First 

Reg Alexander, 510 Ellenwood Dr., Kings Mtn. - Kings Mtn. First 

C. C. Crow, 206 N. Roxford Rd. , Kings Mtn. - King Mtn. First 

Alfred Wright, 316. Somerset Dr., Kings Mtn. - Kings Mtn. First 

Troy Bennett, P. 0. Box 99, Dacca 2, Bangladesh - Kings Mtn. 

First 
W. H. Redmond, 200 Fairview St., Kings Mtn. - Kings Mtn. Second 
Ira J. Falls, 407 E. Ridge Rd., Kings Mtn. - Kings Mtn. Second 
Hugh Harrill, R-4, Shelby - Lattimore 
Phillip Reid, P. O. Box 97, Lattimore - Lattimore 
Paul Home, 1325 Grover St., Kings Mtn. - Macedonia 
Oscar Hullender, R-3, Box 234,, Kings Mtn. - Midview 
W. V. Tarleton, R-7, Shelby - New Bethel 
E. O. Gore, R-l, Kings Mountain - Oakview 
Yates Smith, P. 0. Box 321, Grover - Patterson Springs 
B. R. Holbrook, R-3, Shelby - Pleasant Ridge 
Frank Northcutt, SBTS, Louisville, Kty. - Pleasant Ridge 
W. P. Biggerstaff, R-5., Shelby - Polkville 
Dan Procter, R-3, Shelby - Popular Springs 
J. E. Bishop, R-2, Shelby - Popular Springs 
Ernest Smith, 502 Stroud Rd. , Shelby - Popular Springs 
Max Burgin, Brooklyn, New York - Union 
Sherman Ross, R-l, Shelby - Wallace Grove 
Yates Greene, R-2, Lawndale - Wallace Grove 
Forrest Feezor, 600 W. Sumter St., Shelby - Westview 

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Noel Lykins, 508 E. Graham St., Shelby - Westview 
Rev. Buddy Freeman, Boiling Springs - Norths ide 
Clarence Hoyle, 315 S. Martin St., Shelby - Shelby First 
J. Clint Newton, 612 Peach St., Shelby - Shelby First 
Don Olson, 205 S. Thompson St., Shelby - Shelby First 
Dr. Eugene Poston, 611 Tina Dr. , Shelby - Shelby First 
Cmdr. Albert Propst, Mystic, Conn. - Shelby First 

MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ASSOCIATION 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Greenway , Annie Short, Forest 

Fortenberry, Mrs. Ida Fitch, Mrs. Jennie Jones 
BEAVER DAM: Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Deborah Seagroves , Mr. 

and Mrs. Farris McSwain, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Hamrick, Mr. and 

Mrs. Hudson Wilson, Deborah Weathers, Mrs. Cullen Black, 

Scheiman McSwain, Mrs. Earl Bridges, Gene Huntsinger, D. C. 

Ware 
BETHANY: Mrs. James Sanders 
BETHEL: Laura H. Leigh 
BETHLEHEM: Rev. and Mrs. Russell Fitts , Piccola Blalock, Maggie 

Lail, Nell Lowery, Bill McDaniel, Mrs. Annie McDaniel, Willis 

Harmon, Homer Harmon, Mylie Huffstetler, Mrs. James Reynolds 
BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. Max Linnens , Mrs. Hubert Dixon, Mrs. Bonnie 

Price, Ernest Blankenship, Thirleen Osboune, S. L. Lamm 
BUFFALO: Howard Kale, Bertha Lackey, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Edison, 

J. Y. Roper, Ruth Whisnaut, Marvin Whisnaut 
CALVARY: Forrest Ridings, Vickie Dellinger, Libby Owens, Richard 

Brown, Catherine Blanton 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Mrs. Leslie Seagle, 

Fannie Smith, Texie Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon, Archie 

Chapman 
CASAR: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Faye Selma Downs 
CHURCHILL DRIVE: Helen Beaver, B. T. Tucker, Jr., Mrs. Ken Grayson 

Patsy Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watterson, Polly Wylie, Mrs. 

Elmer Sheppard 
COMMUNITY: Rev. Glenn W. Ballard 
DAVID: Rev. and Mrs. L. Mai Schuman, Odessie McSwain, Dessie 

Harmon 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Mr. and Mrs. Roland Leath, Yates Spangler, Hatcher 

Spangler, C. R. Spangler, Florence Seism, Mrs. A. P. Spangler 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 

C. C. Padgett, Mrs. Marshall Brooks, M. M. Packard, Ruby 

Packard, Mrs. Charles Whisnaut, B. B. Scruggs, Calvin Spargo, 

Virginia Spargo 
DOVER: Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bridges, 

Mrs. Clarence Queen, Mrs. E. T. Bailey 
EASTSIDE, KINGS MOUNTAIN: O. E. Jolley, Peggy Wright, Eric Wright, 

Ozell Brooks 
EASTSIDE, SHELBY: Susan Wilson, Sandra Bridges, Doris Tessener 
ELIZABETH: Rev. and Mrs. Fred Mauney , Mr. and Mrs. Cline Borders, 

Bobby Gantt, Debbie Whisnaut, Joe Mauney, Mr. and Mrs. James 

Cornwell, John Cline, Eddie Greene, Mrs. Dever Greene, Ralph 
Hord, Pansy Carpenter, Doris Hoovis, Danny Borders, Frank 
Stroup, Recca Bingham, Angie Putnam, Charles Beam, Vivian 
McNeill, Jim Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Osbourne 
EMMANUEL: Rev. Fred Cartee . Betty W. Black 
FALLSTON: Rev. Bruce Rabon, Mr. and Mrs. Wyte Royster, Mr. and 

Mrs. E..G. Spurling, Yates Williams 
FLINT HILL: Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Sessom, Maebell Ledbetter, Ralph 

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Blanton, Selma Blanton, James Long, Mrs. Albert Hamrick, Mr 
and Mrs. Gilbert Ledbetter, Mrs. Rex Ledbetter, Mr. Palmer 
Gold, Mrs. Durham Ledbetter 
GROVER FIRST: Rev. Paul Sorrells, June Sorrells, Michelle 

Sorrells, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Ross, 
Herbie Beam, Marie Beam. Mrs. Hood Watterson, Mrs. John Gold 
Mrs. Beah Wright, Doris Cook, Frank Royster 
HIGHLAND: Rev. Johnny Crotts , Edna Alexander, Martha Bailey, 

Jesse Newton, Bertha Greenway 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. J. C. Goare, Mrs. B. 0. Weaver, Annie Roberta 
Louise Roberts, Mrs. James Stoll, Mrs. Odell Benton, Mrs. Glee 
A. Bridges, Eugene Roberts 
KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Bearden, Mr. and Mrs. 
C. C. Crow, Allen Jolley, Ruby Alexander, Mrs. Clyde Murphv, 
Dot Weaver " 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: Mrs. Eugene Land, Mr. and Mrs. Norman 

Kell, Peggy Childers 
LATTIMORE: Mr. and Mrs. Paris Weathers 
LAWNDALE: Rev. Charley Sandifer, Hugh Wallace 

LILY MEMORIAL: Mrs. Kenneth Cartee, Mrs. Carrie Adams, Ronald 
Nanney, Linda Ellis, Mamie Lou Allen, Marion Adams, Gene 
Bumgardner 
LOVE VALLEY: Rev. and Mrs. Earl Redding 

MACEDONIA: Rev. Bartley Ray Home, Delores White, Pearl Home, 
L. D. Scruggs, Helen Scruggs, Clara Brown, Gale Stout, Mrs. 
Gertrude Gore, Minnie M. Hartsoe, Zeddie Sullivan, Ola 
Sullivan, John Cain, Faynelle Ruppe 
MIDVIEW: Rev. Frank Wells, Annie Goodlet, Mrs. Fred Wells 
MOUNT SINAI: Rev. Broadus Heather ly, Jane Bridges, Jennie 

Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bridges 
NEW BETHEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elam, James Southard, T. S. Putnam, 

Mrs. Mary Beam, Bea Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyte Cline 
NEW BUFFALO: Paul Childers, Eunice Martin, Velvia Martin, John 

Martin, Annie Panther 
NEW CAMP CREEK: Rev. Eddie Wright, Mr. H. A. Haskin, Vernie 

Dudley 
NEW HOPE: Rev. Donald Farrow, Mr. and Mrs. Burie Hopper, Gertrude 
Austell, Mr. and Mrs. John Eaker, Bess Lavender, Mrs. T. L. 
Moss, Mrs. Morris Runyan, Frances Sepaugh 
NEW PROSPECT: Rev. and Mrs. M. T. Gale, Mrs. A, A. Carpenter, 

Shirley Hord 
NORMAN "S GROVE: Mr. and Mrs. Robert War lick, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. 

Hartman, Iwilla Warlick 
OAK GROVE: Rev. Russell Hinton, Ethel Champion, Bertie Stewart, 
Mrs. Rachel Hamrick, Mamie Bell, Louise Wright, W. A. Wright, 
Glenn Lovelace, Melvin Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ware, Eva 
Mae Lovelace 
OAK VIEW: Paul Hord, Jr., Ruth Ledford, Mary Greene 
PATTERSON GROVE: Rev. Richard Plyler, Sadie Patterson, Wilma 

Wright, Mrs. Grady Seism, Mrs. Raymond Seism, Mrs. Robert Ware, 
Clyde Short, Annette Penner, Edwin Moore 
PIEDMONT: Rev. Ansel Center, Maggie Hope, Bessie Short, L. L. 

Ramsey, John Crawford 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Mr. and Mrs. Brodes Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Julius 
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dellinger, Mrs. Harold Jackson, Neal 
Porter, Martha Lee 
PLAINS VIEW: Rev. Randall, Runion, Donna Runion, Stuart Davis 
PLEASANT GROVE: Rev, J. G. Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Costner, 
Lena Williams, Mrs. Charles Wright, Mrs. Otha Williams 

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PLEASANT HILL: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stroup 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Rev. E. Paul West, Mrs. E. Paul West, Mrs P. A. 

Brantley, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Holbrook, Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. 

Hamrick, Mrs. Robert Davis 
POLKVILLE: Rev. Alton Martin, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bigger staff, Mr. 

and Mrs. Xi Bradley, Ella Lee Burnette 
POPULAR SPRINGS: Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Chapman, Ernest Smith, Mrs. 

Allen Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tessneer, Mr. and Mrs. Wray 

Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bishop 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev. Johnny Bridges, Mrs. Fred Lynn, Mrs. J. R. 

Webber, Mrs. Claude Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Passmore 
ROSS GROVE: Rev. David Lucas, Mrs. Hugh Conley, Mrs. L. R. Hord, 

Mrs L. H. Ledford, La Lene Grigg, Clyde Daves, Judy Glenn 
SANDY *PLAINS: Mrs. Thomas Petty, Sandra Humphries, Olna G. Price, 

Oreda Humphries, Blanche Humphries 
SHELBY FIRST: Paul Wilson, Edwin Rackley, Mrs. Robert Doggett 
SHELBY SECOND: Rev. Roy Tayler, Mr. Larry Nunn, Mrs. S. J. Poston, 

Mr and Mrs. W. B. Paschal, Samuel Poston 
TEMPLE: Rev. Frank Shirley, Mrs. Ethel Camp, Lois Cooke, Florence 

Carroll 
UNION: Rev. Ken Walters, J. Bill Rudasill 
VICTORY: Rev. Eddie Grigg, Mae Grigg, Mrs. C. F. Compton 
WACO: Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Parris, Mrs. Y. Y. Rollins, W. H. Lutz , 

Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Whitworth 
WALLACE GROVE: Rev. Lebo Hudson, Bennie Carter, Don Curtis, Debbie 

Ledford, Randy Ledford, John Adams 
WESTOVER: S. Guy Cabiness 

WESTVIEW: Mike Kirby ,„,.,. mvo r a1 „^ 

ZION- Mr. and Mrs. E. K. McSwain, Mrs. Joe Blanton, Mrs. Calude 

Cooper, Mrs. M. D. Cabiness, Sr., Mabel Wellmon 
ZOAR: Rev. and Mrs. Dan Jolley, Hugh Dover, Mrs. Ralph Webber, 
Sue Dover, Cinda Vassey, Blanche Hawkins, Ruby Robinson, 
Crayton Hawkins 
IMMANUEL: Rev. James Rice, Boyce Burton 

NORTHSIDE: Rachel Mode, E. N. Barnette , Jim Goforth, Mrs. Clyde 
Harris 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 

Charles F. Hodges - Baptist Children's Home 

Mabel McBrayer Hunnicutt - Mecklenburg Association 

Rev. Ralph Cannon - Home For Aging 

Betty Logan Wilcox - Mecklenburg Association 



M Jfflemortam 



ALLEN MEMORIAL: George Fitch (Deacon) 

BEAVER DAM: Mr. Earl Bridges (Deacon), Mrs. Rhine Doggett, Mrs. 

Jasper Greene, Mr. John Harrill, Mrs. Fannie Padgett, Mr. 

Buford Padgett, Mrs. Ora Thrift 
BETHANY: Dock N. Camp 
BETHEL: Mrs. Will Bivins, Mr. Fred Bowers, Mr. Clayton Morehead, 

Mr. James Upson, Mr. Gaither A. Lewis, Mrs. Edna Jarvis, Mrs. 

Nettie Hunt, Paul Godbold, Miss Agnes Ferree 
BOILING SPRINGS: Mr. Zen Bridges, Mrs. Zen Bridges, Mr. H. C. 

Dixon (Deacon), Mrs. Clifford E. Hamrick, Dr. J. Thurman Lewis 
(Deacon), Miss Ruth Lovelace, Mrs. Betsy Phillips, Mr. Jonah 

Wadell, Mr. Clyde Wallace 
BUFFALO: Charles Ledbetter 

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D. C. 



Smith : M M r r 'v ra L dy r TeSS , eni , ar ' "*' W ' L ' McWhirter, Mrs 
CARPENTER^' GROVE : ^T L^rolT J* *£ ■ 
CASAR: Mr. Ivey Warlick^Mrs ! Myrtle ' Me lion" 011 *** 
CHURCHILL DRIVE: Mrs. J. J. Roberts Mr SLv r a 

Robert Padgett, Sr tS ' Mr * Frank Condrey, Mrs. 

COMMUNITY: Mr. Grayson McNeely 
DAVID: Mrs. L. V. Hoyle 
DOUBLE: Mr. Claude Beheler, Mr 



Ralph Grier 



= ™: -=•--;. - p SuaTIL ms 



Mrs . 



J. W. Lloyd, Mrs. Charles 



Yates Greene 
R. Roberts. 



DOVER: Mrs. Lue McCoy, Mr 

Sr., Mrs. G. S. Shehan 
EASTSIDE, KINGS MTN . : Mr. W. F. Lawrence 
EASTSIDE, SHELBY: Claud Mabry, Mrs. Mrnnie Clark Mr t™ 

"Sffwa.'K.rafi sains :•*& = -«■ 

ELLIOTS MEMORIAL: None ' Camp 

EMMANUEL: None 
FAITH: Mr. David Self 

FLINT 1 htt : t J, m C - ?K yS ? er ' Deems Ho ^ le - Anne H °yle Champion 
Pearson Mf-Cov'LerP^^ 0117 ' MrS ' Harlan Canton, P Mrs. 
hSSI Mr] ^D^Sl^ST^ -Houston ££*' "^ L " 
H^D^rhe'rt s:^^ 1 - 1S '— on^ «r! r ^n Kendriek 
KI Kafi M TK A J N BAPTIST = M". George Hord, Mr. George Melton 

SENSES: E: ^ R i d w S n f • Joe Lee --«*" 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: Mrs. Dorothy Blalook, Mr. John Cook Mr 

KlSSI M^TAIN ^CON J D° e S?f }°?°&*& T°°?- ^ 

LATTIMORE: Mr. William Har^ill m Ha ™ kl * S ' *? rS ' LlZa Kin< ? 

LA^^fNonr- -" -- c;; -.vs?v vir9inia 

LI jLefEstep : Mr - CleViS F °"enbury, Mr. Tonuny Hayes, Jr., Mr. 

LOVE VALLEY: None 

MACEDONIA: Mrs. Mincev Panp Mr- t t m /^ 

minister,, Mr. sISSJPS&JZ', &*/££??££?%! Tj^ 

MIDVIEW: Mrs. Walker Arrowood 

MT. SINAI: None 

MULL'S MEMORIAL: None 

NEW BETHEL: Mrs. Mamie Lattimore Grigg 

Talmadge Rippy 

Howard Sain (Ordained Minister), Mr. Will Daves 



Henry 
N. 



Mrs . 



NEW BUFFALO: W. 
NEW CAMP CREEK: 

(Deacon) , 
NEW HOPE: Mr. T 
(Deacon) , Mis 

G. B. Strouth, Mr 

Barrett 
NEW LIFE: 

NEW PROSPECT: Mr. Clyde Heavner 
NORMAN'S GROVE: Mr. 0. H. Davis 



G. Sepaugh, Mr. C. L. Mooney, Mr. George Bridges 
Ovella Gibson, Mr. Edgar Dlinburgh (Deacon), Mrs. 
R. F. Glenn, Mr. Hagan Barrett, Mrs. Charlie 



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Mary B. Pridmore 
, Eugene Ellis, Mr. Dixon Borders 



, Will Martin, 
Mr. Everette, 



Mr. 
Mr. 



Lee Trammel 
Broadus Glascoe, 



Mr. Earl 



Mr. Allen 



OAK GROVE: Mr. Alvin Bell, Mr. Author Bell, Mrs. Ellen Blanton 
Mrs. Elizabeth Camp, Mrs. Addie Hiss Arrowood , Mrs. Howard S 
Wright, Jr. 

OAK VIEW: None 

PATTERSON GROVE: Mrs. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Mr 

PEACH STREET: 

PIEDMONT: None 

PLAINS VIEW: Mr 

PLEASANT GROVE: 

Starnes . . 

PLEASANT HILL: Mr. Durham Hughes (Ordained Minister) 

Thrift 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Mr. D. L. Greene, Mr. Clarence McCraw 

POLKVILLE: Mrs. Tom Poston, Bufford Greene, Gene Brack 

POPULAR SPRINGS: Mrs. Mary Bailes, Mrs. Buena Bridges, Mrs. Ollie 
Wilson, Mrs. Hester Hamrick 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: None 

ROSS GROVE: Mr. Ralph Justice, Sr . 

SANDY PLAINS: Mr. Van Buren Walker, Mr. B. C. Green 

SHELBY FIRST: Wayne Carpenter, E. B. Lattimore, W. W. Humphrey, 
Mrs. Charles Austell, Mai Spangler (Deacon), Charles Magness, 
Willis McMurry, John Elmore, Mrs. Viola Compton, Charles 
Jackson, Walter Webb, C. S. Nolan, Dr. Hubert Plaster (Deacon), 
Rev. Frank Malone (Ordained 'Minister) , Mrs. Walter Webb, Mrs. 
V W Breeze, Mr. Reuben Elam (Deacon) , Raul Brooks, Mr. Roy 
Hambrick, Mrs. Jap Suttle, Mrs. H. A. Callahan, Mr. A. V. 
Hambrick (Deacon), Mrs. Joe H. McWhirter, Richard Stephen 
McWhirter, Ronald William McWhirter, Mr. C. C. Patterson, Mr. 
Early H. Duncan, Mrs. P. D. Crowder, Jr., Mrs. John L. Suttle, 
Mr. Robert Elam, Dr. Joseph Cabiness, Mrs. Horace Kennedy, 
Mr. B. F. Spangler, Mr. Roy McSwain 

SHELBY SECOND: Mrs. T. W. Roberts, Miss Birdie Leigh 

TEMPLE: Mrs. Annie Mae Dover, Mr. Ervin Gordon 

UNION: Mr. Dennis Reynolds, Mr. Wm. Kell Powell 
Jimison 

VICTORY: None 

WACO: Mr. Glenn Seism, Mrs. Sally Black 
Grady Rollins, Mrs. Mittie Seism 

WALLACE GROVE: None 

WESTOVER: Mrs. Rufus Sanders 

WESTVIEW: Mr. Jack Brunson 

ZION: Mrs. Haynard Wellmon, Mrs. Dicey White, Mrs. Ella Green, 
Mr. Frank Barbee , Mr. Maynard Wellmon, Mrs. Mary Harris, Mr. 
Fontz Williamson, Mrs. Helen Cornwe.. _ 

ZOAR: Mrs. Jessie Allen, Mr. William Conley, Mr. Graham Hambrick 
IMMANUEL: None 

NORTHSIDE: None ___^_ 



Mr. Glenn 



Mrs. A. J. Putnam, Mr. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
ALLEN MEMORIAL: Used new Sunday School department the first 

Sunday in October, 1975. Celebrated the thirtieth year of the 

church history in 1976. 
BEAVER DAM: Purchased 4 1/2 acres for additional church property 
CALVARY: Paved parking lot. 

ELIZABETH: Retired church debt. Initiated long _ range plans. 
EMMANUEL: All church bonds called in; paid off in full. 
FAITH: Built a new church. 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST: Purchased new church bus 

Tllf MEMORIA^ f 1 " 8 ^ R ' f len J ° lley -dainedlor ministry. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Lay renewal Sunday. 21st anniversary of church 

mJJ 1 ! 81011 gr ° Up to Carri bbean by 13 youth and their leader? 

NEW BUFFALO: New bus ministry started in August? krtt luli time 

pastor and music director called m u11 time 

OAK GROVE: Ordained Eddie Griggs to ministry. Dedicated chimes 

and safety fence at ball field to Howard S Wriaht jr ChimeS 
OAK VIEW: Paved parking lot. Landscaped playground and ballfield 

d R aTe- oX K I^ ed - PaSt ° r S ^mbL g 26/ 1976 ;*$££& 
PATTERSON GROVE: Purchased new Yamaha Grand piano. Landscaped 

n™ ■* ' ? arpeted entire Preschool department and voted to 

PATTERSON SPRINGS S T?f /w 1 ?^ 63 f ° r f ° rel * n m±SSi ° n «>Sl^ 
and ?outh! William Lynn, Jr. as Minister of Music 

PIEDMONT: New parsonage built. 

PL anfout GR °pf; LiSCe r ed Keith Benfie ^' painted church inside 
and out Put carpet in Memorial Building. Put air conditioner 
m Educational Building and Memorial Building conditioner 

PLAINS VIEW: Paid off debt on parsonage. Called new pastor 
Purchased activity bus. pc^tor. 

POLKVILLE: New sanctuary building dedicated in Februarv of 19 7* 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Church obtained its first bus for recreational' 
purposes. Church observed Pastor Appreciation Say in observance 
of the pastor's 3rd anniversary. Y observance 

UNION^ D^T;^ ^ ±rSt SerViCS in neW sanctuary April 4, 1976. 
UNION: Dedication of parsonage. 

WA mSsicals^ aSed nSW M SYStem t0 benefit y°"th in presenting 

WALLACE GROVE: Installed new roof on church. Built new steps 

?" r ! Tf ^ " fr ° nt and ar ° Und Side of church? Parti-' 

tioned off wings in sanctuary and installed paneling in 

KS?-??S* B ° 1 J t nSW , SUndaY SCh ° o1 rooms in basement and 
installed new glass door in front of church 

^Ssterel^ws!^^ 113 ^- ^^ Cbolr - C ™ ed sanctuary. 

ZI p^- balled part-time youth director. Added organist to staff. 

N0R?HSIDE. O rh^^ °^ ru UrC t' P arsona ^' *nd caretakers home. 
NORTHSIDE: Chartered Church on March 7, 1976. Ordained Allen 



Davis 



SHELBfFiL? RE M^ : ^ntinued to raise money for recreation building 
SHELBY FIRST: Mr. J. Clint Newton ordained June 27, 1976. 

Constitution 

PREAMBLE 

We the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County 
?hP~r , i St3te ° f N ° rth Carolina ' «nd territory adjacent 
£T£ ' *° h f eb yP nr P° se to establish and maintain the prin- 
to P the following ° P LT " ° f a d±StriCt *-««i»tlan in conformity 

ARTICLE I NAME 

The name of this body shall be the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association. 

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ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with 
the State and Southern Baptist Convention in the promotion of 
Christian Missions at home and abroad and in any other related 
objects such as evangelism, Christian Education, Benevolent 
enterprises, and social services, which it may deem proper and 
a desirable for the futherance of the Kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1: The association shall be composed of cooperating 
Baptist Churches in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall 
apply to the Membership Committee. Application should include: 

1. Formal action by the group seeking admission reflecting that 
75% of those voting expresses the desire to come under the 
watchcare of the Association. 

2. A written statement reflecting their beliefs and practices. 

3. A written statement that expresses their intent to cooper- 
ate. 

4. A willingness to meet with the Membership Committee to dis 
cuss other items of mutual interest to both parties. 

The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking 
its services and be willing to present a statement of Baptist 
belief and practice and what it means to cooperate with other 
churches in the Association in a world-wide mission program. If 
recommended by this committee and accepted by the Association, 
a mission or a church shall agree to come under the watchcare of 
the Association for a minimum of one year. Membership within the 
Association shall be determined by vote of the Association at 
its annual meeting. Churches under the watchcare shall be 
entitled to all rights and priviledges of the Association except 
their members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Section 3: The Association shall be the sole judge of its 
membership and may receive churches, or reject churches, 
according to its constitution and by-laws. Member Churches may 
also withdraw as they desire, and if requested, the General 
Board may grant letters of recommendation to other like associa- 
tions . 

ARTICLE IV MEETINGS 

Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and 
Wednesday after the third Sunday in October and continue until 
the business of the Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or 
General Board provided two weeks notice is given to the member 
churches. 

Section 3. Each church shall elect annually, in addition .to 
the pastor, two messengers to the meetings of the Association 
for each 50 members of the church, provided each church shall have 
not less than three nor more than ten messengers. These shall 
constitute the voting body of the Association. The names of 
messengers printed in the minutes shall include only those in 
attendance and registering at the Associational meeting. 

ARTICLE V AUTHORITY 
Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in 

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its own affairs, and the Association has no authority over the 
churches except as provided in this Constitution in Article III, 
Section 2 and 3. 

ARTICLE VI OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTIONS 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, 
Clerk-Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, 
Sunday School Director, Chairman of the Library Council, Baptist 
Youth for Christ Director, Youth and Family Services Director 
and Parliamentarian. 

Section 2: The officers shall be elected on the morning of 
the last day of the annual meeting for a term of one year each. 
The nominees shall be contacted and nominated by the Committee 
on Nominations (By-Law, Section 6) except the Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, WMU Director and Brotherhood Director 
shall be nominated and contacted for acceptance by their respect- 
ive organizations and presented by the Committee on Nominations 
with their report of nominees. Committee nominations shall not 
preclude nominations from the floor. 

Section 3: The newly elected Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk- 
Treasurer, shall assume at the close of the annual session all 
duties incumbent upon them relating to the work of the ensuing 
associational year. All other officers shall assume all duties 
incumbent upon them relating to the work of the ensuing year on 
the following January 1. 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall 
be ineligible for re-election for two years. 

ARTICLE VII TRUSTEES AND THEIR ELECTION 

There shall be three Trustees of the Association, one preferably 
a lawyer, serving terms of three years each on a rotating 
basis. On Nomination by the Committee on Nominations, one new 
trustee shall be elected at the Annual Meeting, no trustee being 
eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of one year. 
The expiration date of each trustee's term of office shall appear 
by his name in the Associational Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII THE GENERAL BOARD 

The General Board shall be composed of all Associational 
officers (Article VI, Section 1), the Associational Director of 
Missions (ex officio without voting priviledges) , each active 
pastor, two members chosen by each member church from its 
membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, 
and chairmen of all standing committees of the Association. , The 
General Board shall have the authority to act for the Associa- 
tion between sessions, except as limited by the Constitution. 
General Board members are the connecting link between the 
Association and the churches. General Board members should 
represent the churches to the Association. General Board members 
should act as representatives for the Association to the churches. 
It is the responsibility of the General Board members to promote 
the programs, represent the needs and report to the churches 
concerning the work and ministry of the Association. General 
Board members should seek acceptable means of representing the 
Association to their respective fellowships. It shall be the 
duty of the General Board to meet quarterly and to make reports 
and recommendations to the Association in its annual meeting. 

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The quarterly meetings will be in October, January, April, and 
July, on Monday after the third Sunday. 

ARTICLE IX COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Association shall have the following standing 
committees, with their terms of office being from the close of 
the annual meeting through the following annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected 
by the Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Order of Business and Program Committee (By-Law IV, 
Section 1) 

(2) Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

(3) Evangelism Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

(4) Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

(5) Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

(6) Nominating Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

(7) Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

(8) Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

(9) Calendar Committee (By-Law Iv, Section 9) 

(10) Resolutions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

(11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

(12) Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

(13) Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

(14) Youth and Family Services Committee (By-Law IV, Section 

(15) Church Reconciliation Committee (By-Law IV, Section 18) 

(16) Missions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 19) 

(17) South Mountain Baptist Camp Committee (By-Law IV, 
Section 20) 

(18) Recreation and Drama Committee (By-Law IV, Section 21) 

(19) Any other committee authorized by the Association. 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting, 
Committee on Committees, (By-Law IV, Section 14) 

Section 2: The following committee shall be appointed by the 
Moderator at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting to 
serve during the annual meeting: 

(1) Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16) 

ARTICLE X AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to this constitution may be made at any annual 
session of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds 
of the voting members present. Proposed changes must be present- 
ed to the Association on the first day and voted upon by a 
standing vote of the Association on the last day. It is recom- 
mended that all proposed changes first be submitted to the 
Constitution Committee. 



By-Laws 



By-Law I PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's 
rules for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the 
Association prescribes otherwise. 
By-Law II ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational Year shall begin October 1 and close September 
30. 



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By-Law III DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1: The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the 
body according to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Commit- 
tee on Committees and Committee on Enrollment. He shall be the 
Chairman of the General Board and be an ex officio (without 
voting priveledges) member of all other committees. Upon comple- 
tion of his term of office, the Moderator shall become a member- 
at-large (for two years) of the Missions Committee, Executive, 
and the General Board. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or 
at the pleasure, of the Moderator, and shall be the Vice- 
chairman of the General Board. 

Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms 
to the member churches at least a month before the Association's 
annual meeting, distribute at the annual meeting copies of the 
digest of these reports, make an accurate record of the pro- 
ceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and distribu- 
ting of Minutes to the member churches, Keep on file copies of 
Minutes, records, and other documents of the Association, and 
shall also serve as Secretary of the General Board. He shall 
inform all members elected to office or appointed to serve on 
committees of such action. He shall receive and bank all funds 
of the Association in the name of the Association; disburse the 
same upon instructions from the Association, its General Board, 
or as designated in the Budget (no money is to be disbursed 
which is not included in the budget except upon recommendation of 
the Finance Committee to the General Board or the Association in 
Annual Session) ; render an accurate report of receipts and 
disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give 
a report at each quarterly General Board meeting and keep books 
available and up-to-date for examination. 

Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Association 
Year, make an audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the 
Association in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical 
data on the Association and its churches, and make a written 
report to each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 6: The Sunday School Director shall cooperate with the 
Director of Missions in promoting the work of the Sunday School 
Department. This officer shall attend the Executive Committee 
meetings and offer creative plans to this committee that would 
promote this work. 

The Associational Sunday School should assist church leaders 
to be more effective in their responsibility. This should in- 
clude: 

1. Provide opportunities for fellowship and inspiration. 

2. Interpret the Sunday School program. 

3. Train Sunday School leaders. 

4. Consult with Sunday School leaders concerning their program 

5. Provide organization and leadership for cooperative work 
among the churches. 

Section 7: The Church Training Department shall cooperate 
with the Director of Missions in promoting the work of the Church 
Training Department by the Executive Committee of the Associa- 
tion is carried out and that the on-going work of this department 
is maintained at all times. 

Section 8: The Music Director shall provide leadership for 
the Association in session and when requested at other times 
during the year. This officer shall attend the Executive 

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Committee meeting and offer creative plans to this Committee that 
would promote the work. He shall encourage music growth in the 
churches throughout the year and shall make a written report to 
the annual meeting. 

Section 9: The Brotherhood Director shall cooperate with the 
Director of Missions in promoting the work of men and boys in 
the churches, The officer shall attend the Executive Committee 
meetings and offer creative plans to promote the development of 
men and boys and an awareness of world missions needs. 

Section 10: The Woman's Missionary Union Director serves on 
the Executive Committee of the Association and works with the 
Director of missions; leads the WMU Council; confers with other 
associational WMU officers and assists them in their work; leads 
in providing opportunities for leaders and members of church 
WMU's to have fellowship and receive inspiration concerning 
their mutual missions task; leads in interpreting the WMU program 
to church leaders; leads in training church WMU workers and 
members; consults with church leaders concerning initiation of 
WMU work and the improvement of existing work; presides at and 
plans for associational meeting, leads in associational WMU annual 
planning; leads in discovering mission action needs and in 
coordinating the work being done; and reports progress of WMU 
work to the association and serves as contact between the 
association and state WMU. 

Section 11: The Chairman of the Library Council shall promote 
the beginning and maintenance of church libraries in the churches; 
provides training opportunities for church librarians; maintain 
and develop the associational library; attend the Executive 
Committee meetings; cooperate with the Director of Missions and 
make an annual report of the association at its annual session. 

Section 12: The Baptist Youth for Christ Director shall, under 
the supervision of the Director of Missions, guide and promote 
the youth activities of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
Such activities may include: 

1. Youth Council sessions 

2. Bi-monthly sessions of Youth for Christ in local churches. 

3. A Kairos Crusade for Christ every 3 to 5 years. 

4. Mission Vacation Bible School and/or Backyard VBS . 

5. Sponsorship of a booth at Cleveland County Fair each October. 

6. Any other activity which the Baptist Youth for Christ, Youth 
Council, Director of Missions, and Executive Committee deems 
necessary to foster a positive Christian witness for Christ. 

Section 13: The Youth and Family Services Director shall work 
under the Director of Missions in the building up of family life 
in the churches and in the community-at- large. He shall give 
attention to troubled young people. His major work will be in 
relation to the county juvenile court in support of court 
counselors, youth and families. He shall enlist and supervise 
volunteer workers to support troubled youth and their families. 

Section 14: The Parliamentarian shall, at the annual meeting 
of the Association, rule on all questions of parliamentary 
procedure which shall arise during the sessions. The Parliamen- 
tarian shall serve as a resource person to the churches and shall, 
upon request, advise and assist the churches on matters of 
parliamentary procedure. 

Section 15: Vacancies ocurring between annual sessions shall be 
filled by the General Board except the office of Moderator, in 
which case the Vice Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 

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By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section Is THE ORDER OF BUSINESS AND PROGRAM COMMITTEE shall 
be composed of three members and the Moderator, Clerk and the 
Associational Music Director. it shall rotate the place of meet- 
ing among the groups of churches with the host church being 
determined by the group. It shall recommend the Preacher 
and the alternate for the annual sermon. ft shall 
Prepare a printed program for the Annual Meeting for the Associa 
tion which shall be sent to all persons on the program and to a?T 
pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall 
on the opening day of the annual meeting of the Association 

ZtTn T Pr i ntSd Pr ° gram f ° r ad °Ption and serve trough the 
session when adjustments in the order of business become 
necessary This Committee will be responsible for promoting the 
annual meeting through the various news media Promoting the 

Section 2: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

(1) Shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice-Moderator Clor-V- 
Treasurer, Music Director, Sunday School Directo? Church Trainina 
^^or, Brotherhood Directo ^ WMU Director, Baptist Youth * 
o? P^ 18 ^ D ^ tor ' Youth and Fam ily Services Director? President 
of Pastor's Conference, Chairman of Nominating Committee rSS1Clent 

Cornet?" ° f ^ 0mmittee ° n Committees, Chairman^f Christian Life 
rnZt^ ' ch ^rman of Membership Committee, Chairman of Finance 
Committee, and Chairman of Evangelism finance 

^iv* J!£ 6n ^ ith ° Ut a Director of Missions, this Committee shall 
seek out and recommend to the Association, or its General Board 

Vl' SecfionVl' " nSW DireCt ° r ° f MiSSi ° ns according" By^Laf ' 

OT It shall administer all matters referred to it bv the 
Association or General Board and act on routine or emergency 
matters between meetings of the General Board. It shall initiate 
and recommend matters concerning business management, approve 
employment of all office personnel, deal with problems delating 
to personnel, and maintain adequate equipment for the office It 
shall meet regularly not less than quarterly, but a quorum or 
seven be necessary to transact business. 

shaffn?^;/^ EVAN ^ EL J SM COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, 
shall promote the work of Evangelism in the churches and the 
Association in cooperation with the State Department of Evangelism 
All plans and programs to be subject to the approval of t ^ ngellSm - 
Association or its General Board. 

The Committee shall assume the 'responsibility for coordinating 
the radio ministry, Reveille for Revival, as a means of evangeli- 
zing the community. Churches shall be encouraged to contribute 
to this program through budgets. 

wit S h eC fj°V ! THE FINAN ? E COMMITTEE, composed of three members, 
with the treasurer shall study the Association's financial 
**t d L° f _an_ ^equate program, present a budget to the Association 
rS\Z he f oll ° win g Year, devise plans for securing the cooperation 
of the churches raising funds to meet the budget, and make a 
written report to the annual meeting. 

The Committee shall be prepared to assist any church within the 

u S ?h p 10n/ ^° n rec 2 uest ' wi th the stewardship programs offered 
oy tne Convention. 

^l h t S ^ 1 ^ 6 ? ha11 ex P ress gratitude to the churches for their 
hoS S 1 ? development that enables them to participate in local, 
home, and foreign missions. ' 

Section 5: THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE, composed of 5 members, with 
the pastor of the candidate, Director of Missions, and/or deacons 

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of the requesting churches, shall, when requested by a member 
church, assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate 
for the Gospel Ministry. 

The Chairman shall notify the candidate of the time, place, 
and procedure. 

The Committee shall ask the candidate to share his conversion 
experience, his call to the ministry, and question him in the 
area of his beliefs, convictions, and doctrine. 

The candidate may ask questions of the Committee members regard- 
ing any area of the ministry that concerns him. This Committee 
may counsel the candidate. 

It is suggested that the candidate be questioned at least two 
weeks prior to his ordination. 

The Committee shall approve or disapprove the ordination of the 
candidate with written notice to the ordaining church. 

The Committee should secure an Ordination Certificate for the 
Candidate. 

The Chairman of the Ordination Council should report its 
activities to the General Board quarterly and provide a written 
report for the annual meeting. 

Section 6: THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, 
shall contact before and nominate on the last day of the annual 
meeting of the Association the officers of the Association 
according to Articles VI and VII of the Constitution. This 
Committee, shall also, in cooperation with the nominating 
committee of various departments except the WMU and Brotherhood 
organizations, recommend workers for these various departments. 
The officers and workers of these respective organizations shall 
be nominated by the organizations themselves and submitted to 
the Nominating Committee. (Article VI, Section 1) It shall also 
nominate Associational Representatives for the various institu- 
tions and agencies of our convention and members of the General 
Board of our Baptist State Convention. This Committee shall also 
assist the General Board in filling vacancies which occur 
between annual meetings of the Association. This Committee's 
nominations shall not be preclude other nominations from the 
floor. 

Section 7: THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE, composed of three members, 
shall be available to study changes or revisions in the Constitu- 
tion, and to make recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE, composed of 5 members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and 
By-Laws. The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups 
seeking its services and be willing to present a statement of 
Baptist faith and practice and what it means to cooperate with 
other churches in the Association in a world-wide mission program. 
The Membership Committee shall annually review all churches and 
missions under the watchcare of the Association and may present 
them for membership within the Association or that they continue 
under the watchcare. 

Section 9: THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of the 
following Associational officers: Sunday School Director, Church 
Taining Director. WMU Director, Brotherhood Director, Music 
Director, and Vice-Moderator as Chairman. This committee shall 
work out as soon as possible each year an Associational Calendar 
for the coming year and present same to the General Board for 
Adoption. 

Section 10: THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE, composed of three 
members, shall draw up and present to the Association resolutions 

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of appreciation; plan and promote the work of the committee in 
an annual planning meeting; and present resolutions of apprecia- 
tion to individuals, organizations, and churches when there are 
events worthy of commendation. 

Section 11: THE HISTORICAL COMMITTEE shall be composed of the 
Historian as chairman and 6 other members. It shall be the duty 
of the historical committee to collect, compile, and preserve 
all materials of interest to the Association an member churches 
It shall make its report at the Annual Associational meeting 

Section 12: THE SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE, composed of 
three members, shall publicize study courses and programs that 
are available; and shall plan, provide and promote Seminary 
Extension studies as they may be desired. 

Section 13: THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, 
will give continual attention to the moral climate of the 
community and shall initiate necessary action to maintain and 
improve the climate. The committee shall commend those persons 
and institutions that uphold Christian virtue, and shall support 
the churches in the teaching of Christian personal and social 
righteousness . 

Section 14: THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES, composed of 5 members 
shall perform the duties as ser forth in the Constitution 
(Article IX, Section 1) , and shall assist the General Board in 
filling vacancies on all standing committees occuring between 
sessions. This committee shall also name the Chairman of each 
committee. 

Section 15: THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE, composed of three 
members, shall receive of solicit invitations for the place or 
places of meetings for the next annual meeting of the Association 
and shall recommend place or places. It shall also recommend 
the preacher and alternate for the annual sermon. 

Section 16: THE ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE shall prepare for and 
direct the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 
Section 17: THE YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES COMMITTEE, composed 
of 3 members, shall assist the Youth and Family Services Director 
in co-ordinating the work of Associational Youth and Family 
Services . 

Section 18: THE CHURCH RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of the present Moderator, as chairman, two immediate 
past Moderators and two lay persons to be appointed annually by 
the above stated members. The chairman will report to the 
Executive Committee or the General Board the names of those lay 
persons appointed. This committee will be open to any person 
or persons of a member church seeking assistance with problems 
related to their church. 

Section 19 : THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be made up of the 
following members: The Director of Missions will be the chairman, 
without voting priviledges: Moderator; Vice-Moderator; Clerk- 
Treasurer; Finance Committee Chairman; Sunday School Director; 
Church Training Director; Brotherhood Director; WMU Director; 
and President of the Pastor's Conference. 

This committee is to be available as a sounding board, to 
support the Director of Missions as a person (as well as an 
officer in the association) , provide feed-back concerning 
Associational programs and activities, conveying suggestions from 
the Association, and offering support in projecting programs to 
Executive Committee and/or General Board. The Missions Commit- 
tee has no authority other than to make recommendations to the 
Executive Committee or the General Board. The Missions Committee 

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may be called together at the discretion of the Chairman or 
determine its own meeting time and place. 

Section 20: THE SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP COMMITTEE shall promote 
the camp program in the Association, attend the annual meeting 
of the camp, and be aware of the needs and plans, cooperate with 
the Director of Missions. 

Section 21: THE RECREATION AND DRAMA COMMITTEE shall promote 
a program of Christian recreation and drama in the churches. 
The Committee shall regard recreation and drama as a means, not 
an end. The Recreation and Drama Committee shall use their 
programs as a way to teach, a means of witnessing and an avenue 
of expressina the abundant Christian life. The Recreation and 
Drama Committee shall be responsible to give assistance to any 
church that should request help in the area of recreation and 
drama. The Committee's responsibilities shall include fellowships, 
Senior Adults, Retreats, Crafts, Drama Workshops and other 
assignments of the Association if asked. The Chairman of the 
Recreation and Drama Committee shall plan with the Director of 
Missions and give a report of the Committee's activities at the 
General Board quarterly meetings. 

Section 22: Members of all these committees, except those 
appointed by the Moderator, shall be elected to serve not more 
than three year on a rotating basis. 
By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, 
money, endowment, or other securities of said Association, and 
they shall handle all legal matters of the Association under the 
direction of the Association or its General Board. 
By-Law VI DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Section 1: His selection shall be upon the recommendation of 
the Executive Committee and on vote by the Association at its 
annual meeting, or between sessions of the Association, by its 
General Board. His time of office shall continue until terminated 
by mutual consent or request of either party. He shall be a 
member of all committees and organizations of the Association in 
a serving and advisory capacity. 
By-Law VII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the 
annual meeting by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 
By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be 
opened and closed with prayer. 

Section 2: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to 
the Association shall be submitted in writing if requested by 
the Moderator. 

Section 3 : No person shall speak more than twice on the same 
subject except by permission of the Association. 

Section 4: Messengers present from half the churches shall 
constitute a quorum. 

Section 5: Unless the Association decides otherwise, annual 
Sessions shall be held on a rotating basis with a church or 
churches in each of the six Associational Groups as follows: 
Polkville, Lattimore, Shelby, Kings Mountain, Grover, and Waco. 
By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist and Message as revised and adopted by the Southern 
Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. 



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Proceedings 

Elizabeth Baptist Church 
Tuesday Evening, October 19, 1976 

1. Mrs. E. T. Bailey at the organ and Miss Delores White at the 
piano presented a musical prelude as messengers and visitors 
gathered in Elizabeth Baptist Church, Shelby for the 126th Annual 
Session of Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

2. Mr. Carlos Young, Moderator, called the meeting to order. 

3. Rev. Allen Jolley, minister of music at First Baptist 
Church, Kings Mountain, led the congregation in singing hymn No. 
285 "Share His Love". 

4. Psalms 8 was read by Rev. L. Mai Schuman, pastor of David 
Baptist Church. 

5. Rev. Marvin Whisnant, pastor of Buffalo Baptist Church, led 
the opening prayer. 

6. Rev. Roy Taylor, pastor of Second Baptist Church in Shelby, 
and Chairman of the Order of Business Committee, moved that the 
printed program with necessary changes be the Order of Business 
of this 126th Annual Session of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association. The motion was seconded and it carried. 

7. Rev. Marion Adams, pastor of Lily Memorial Baptist Church 
and chairman of the Constitution Committee, presented the Consti- 
tutional changes (these had been duplicated and handed out to the 
congregation) to be voted on tomorrow. 

8. Moderator Carlos Young appointed the Committee on Committees: 
Rev. Eugene Land, Chairman; Rev. Ed Sessom; Rev. Don Farrow; 

Mrs. T. S. Putnam and Mrs. Bus Blanton. 

9. Moderator gave a few minutes time to getting acquainted. 

10. Carlos Young gave the Moderator's Message. During his mes- 
sage Mr. Young paid tribute to the wives of all pastors. 

11. A Drama, written by Rev. Paul Sorrells, pastor of First 
Baptist Church, Grover was presented depicting the organization 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association in 1851. Characters 
in the drama were pastors and laymen from various churches in 
the association. 

12. The following new ministers and their wives were recognized: 
Rev. David Lucas, Ross Grove; Rev. and Mrs. Paul Childers, New 
Buffalo; Rev. and Mrs. Randall Runion, Plains View; Rev. Eddie 
Wright, New Camp Creek; Rev. Ken Walters, Union; Rev. and Mrs. 
Mai Schuman, David; Rev. and Mrs. Boyd T. Tucker, Churchill 
Drive; and Rev. Eddie Grigg, Victory. 

13. Ir his Director of Missions' report, Rev. Cline Borders 
reported on last year's activities: a Pastoral Leadership Seminar 
with Bob Dale and Jime Chavis ; a Deacon's Retreat with Charles 
Treadway; five events celebrating the Bi-Centennial; a Marriage 
Enrichment Retreat; an Equipping Conference; plus many committee 
meetings; Pastors' Conferences; Executive Committee meetings and 
General Board. All of these in the association and also attend- 
ing the 1 State VBS Clinic, and other Training opportunities. 

Mr. Borders also reported on the work of our Summer Youth Worker. 

14. Bill McDaniel, Vice-Moderator, presiding, a report on 
attendance was given: 2 55 messengers, 72 non-messengers and 2 
visitors for a total of 329. 

15. Special music was presented by Mr. Ed Rackley, minister of 

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music of First Baptist Cnurcn of Shelby. Mr. Rackley sang 
several numbers accompanying himself on the guitar. He also 
invited the congregation to sing along on some of the numbers. 
16. Rev. Max Linnens, pastor of the Boiling Springs Baptist 
Church, brought an inspirational message based on John 14, 
"Peace Is For Pilgrims." Included in his sermon were two poems: 
"Legacy For My Children" and "The Driving Beat Goes On." We 
are including both of these poems. 

LEGACY FOR MY CHILDREN 

Spend time enough in solitude 

to stretch your soul and learn to think, 

and enough time with the multitude 

to shy from the destined muddle. 

Spend time with children, your own and others 

and learn to see the world anew 

through their clean eyes. 

Sit with the suffering often 

and seek to feel, to heal, to bear their pain. 
Go gently with the old who've tasted life, 
who now face death, still unafraid. 

Waste no time with plastic people 

who will not open life to meeting real, 

shun all cliches and slogans 

and people who make and use them, 

steer clear of all conformists, 

and run from those whose halo you can see. 

Go back and scrutinize all you've been taught, 

and never swallow anything 

that insults your mind or soul. 

Observe the man who has rare mastery, 

cobbling shoes, building barns, teaching philosophy, 

walk with one whose face reflects an inner peace, 

love the sunrise, meadows fair, quail flight, 

lean against the swaying pine and catch its rhythm, 

listen to the windsong, birdsong, twilightsong , 

and to the answering song within your soul, 

and sing your prayer. 

Love all animals, fowl, and flowers, 
and the life that ties us all together, 
stand in the surf beneath the stars 
and run sand through your fingers, 

and wave sound through your soul 

Early learn to love yourself 

and keep your heart in awe 

before the God who is all love, 

don't hurt, be kind, kiss and bind the wounded, 

and so shall you come to know the oneness 

that haunts and hungers human hearts, 

and life itself shall be to you a poem, 

and you shall move through all your days 

in cadence with its rhythm. 

- T. Max Linnens 

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THE DRIVING BEAT GOES ON 
"He that hath ears to hear, let him hear." Matt 11:15 

It wasn't just a distant drummer 

booming out a distant sound 

now and then above the present clamor. 

The drummer wouldn't keep his distance, 

but kept marching ever closer, 

and brought with him the flute and violin, 

and a host of other skilled musicians, 

and they began to softly play 

a haunting symphony 

that saturated all my soul, 

and made all other songs 

seem shoddy and discordant. 

To dance to a different tune 

with strange partners, 

and sometimes all alcne 

incurs displeasure and some wrath 

from those who seek to teach you 

the lockstep of the present status quo. 

But you don't mind bruised toes, 

and shins, stares and sighs of resignation, 

or even sitting out a dance or two, 

if that haunting melody 

fills the hallways of your soul, 

and you still yearn to move 

in cadence with its rhythm. 

- T. Max Linnens 

17. Rev. Bruce Rabon , pastor of Fallston Baptist Church, led 
the closing prayer. 

Wednesday Morning 
October 20, 1976 

18. Mr E. T. Bailey presented an organ prelude as messengers 
and visitors gathered in Elizabeth Baptist Church for the second 
session of the 126th Annual session of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association. 

19. Rev. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing hymn No. 
434 "All That Thrills My Soul Is Jesus". 

20. Rev. Paul Sorrells, pastor of First Baptist Church, Grover, 
read the Scripture, reading from Isaiah. 

21. Rev. Charley Sandifer, pastor of Lawndale Baptist Church, 
led the opening prayer. 

22. Carlos Young asked the ushers to hand out Cooperative Pro- 
gram reports which had been sent from the Baptist State Conven- 
tion. 

23. Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer, gave the report from 
the General Board. He moved the adoption of his report, the 
motion was seconded, and it carried. That report is found 
elsewhere in this volume. He also gave a disgest of the letters 
received up to now. 

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24 . Moderator Carlos Young had a/P f ial reoognition^or^osep^ 
Cabaniss for eight years servrce »^~^™* in the Firs t Bap- 
k? Churfh ofiheSf^ag eso ^^ — -JT^iSS 
Sf pSfsSSS". p B ia q uf D to n carior?o U ng in appreoiation for his 

printed program. Rantist Church and Chairman 

Tarried ^afrepor^ s f n ^J^^^ -"SUl o« 

Baptisf Churched Chal Sia Tf the -ng-is, Co ittee^gave 
^or e t P ° r ^re h wL C ne C rd; and tnltoSon carried. That report 

C. 3 S: ^"as-of «oia I? | ^ Baptist Church heated 

Souh^P^^^ 

electing «- "fff^^La? Sv! ErAest Smit/nomLated Rev 
the motion, and it carriea. w Julius Lee, pastor of 
Wilson Padgett as Vice-Moderator. Rev J ^ u * o F Re v. B roadus 
Patterson Springs Church nominated Rev Dan j y ions 
Heatherly, pastor of Mt .Sana! Church moved th^ ^.^ 
cease and Rev Marion Adams ~f ^SsSSitoir . Rev. C. A. Kirby made 
Rev. Dan Jolly was f 1 ® c J ea . ^^, o p1prted as Clerk-Treasurer, 
a motion that Joseph Cabaniss be elected as cie d> 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly ponded the motion, ^ptist Church and 

31. Rev. Fred Mauney, pastor ° ^^abetn ^ 
Chairman of the Membership Committee gave the «P°£ be 
committee. They recommend that /^^association and that 
continued under the watchcare °f^^e association 
immanuel Baptist Church be ^*^ f ull me Report (found else- 
association. He moved the adoption ot his rep carrie d. 

th^noo^meal.^ ^ ^ ^ congregation in sin ging No. 467 

"He Is So Wonderful." „j„^ Mr 7 v Roper for 34 

34. Moderator Carlos Young recognized Mr. J^ ^ ^°? ation annua l 
v^ars attendance at the Kings Mountain Baptist Associd 
SetLfand Mrs. Rollins for 38 year attendance. ^ ^ 

a b ^;ce S of G Ke^ a D earcof g fS? ^hatTulr report i/found else- 

^ndrrchoof- 1 ^ 1 ^ waftfrso-n-palrrr-of rirst Baptist 

ChurchlaiSng^ Kev -°-s S r H erorr erly T he P Y ^re ^S 
Each moved the adoption of his report. y 
reports are found elsewhere. 

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39. Special music was presented by Miss Su^n wi i e „ • • 

sl™;^ Eastside Bapti - c^ rch y s ^^ y ? u :s g Sg s ??o zrir 
mi°^ c ir4 s h t sSiT«jrjsss- t !f mission chaiien - ** ,7 *- 

bene^Ton^n Ksllr S^*.^ »"' — «- 

Wednesday Afternoon 

Church^iedX congr^ation^r ° f ^'^ 3t Eli ^eth Baptist 
In Jesus." congregation in singing hymn No. 475 "Victory 

Sheloy^reao'fro/john J5f° ci *<» P«tor of Seoond Baptist Church, 
44. Rev. Fred Mauney led the opening prayer. 

c4: "^t T ;.^';:Sl'S.sy r,port •"* s °«» "•>» 

47 Organizational reports were given by • 
Brotherhood - J. c. Bissette 

Woman's Missionary Union - Mrs. Htibert Dixon 
Music - Allen Jolley "^t: uixon 

Each moved the adoption of the report Thprp »««= 

'"I ^e^'lalph'c 36 reP ° rtS arfL ^ with r rhr o thef re°po a rts nd 

Aging b R e e Ing Ra .ia t C n a e n ar 0n fl s r h^iiie °" "* »^™<* «o me for^he 

of1he R C^i^e% el L F C i o^itL a es 0r re a f d B rhe le dd em t ChUrCh a " d Chairma " 

carried. report. It was seconded, and the motion 

passinfnf^r™ ^ 13 reP ° rt ReV - Ernest Smit h reported the 
fn i4 VeLo i ^/r- S 5^'^^% , 7».S£& ' -^*« 
Frank stroup! ""^ ^ Rather "—Jesus" was presented by 
Yates CamDb^ eC n- d M ° dera t°r Bill McDaniel introduced Rev. 

NOMINEES FOR ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICES 1976-1977 
Music Director - Mr. Allen Jolley, Kings St., Kings Mtn. 

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Organist - Mrs. E. T. Bailey, Shelby 
Auditors - Hamrick & Redding, Shelby _ 



CHURCH TRAINING 



Director - Rev. Broadus Heatherly, R-2, Shelby 

Leadership Training - Rev. Bobby Seagroves, Beaver Dam Latt 

New Membe? Orientation - Bill Alexander, Kings Mountain 

Chorister - Ken Brooks, Zoar, Lattimore 

Pianist - Diane Brooks, Zoar, Lattimore 

Ag p r eschL?ers C -°Mrs. Odell Benton, Kings Mountain 
Children - Mrs. Eugene Roberts, Kings Mountain 
Youth - Barry Padgett, Boiling Springs 
Adults - Rev! Ed lessom, Flint Hill, Lattimore 



GROUP DIRECTORS 

Grover - Mrs. Toy Grigg 
Kings Mountain - Delores White 
Lattimore - Martha Mason 
Polkville - Mrs. Clyde Mclntire 
Shelby - Mrs. Gene Blinton 
Waco - Mrs. John Hendrick 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

S i m p?ov-e^ e 0ir he - b L. Mice CuUinan, Boilin, Springs 

Outreach Director - Rev. Bruce Rabon 

VBS Director - Frank Stroup, Shelby qh plbv 

Extension Activities Dir. - Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

^rSS^S^^s^Serite McKee , Kings Mountain 
Preschool #1 - Mrs. J. B. Price Lattimore 
Preschool #2 - Mrs. Al Waters, Jj., Shelby 
Chilren #1 - Mrs. Marvin Whisnaut, SheiDy 
Children #2 - Linwood Crawford, Shelby 
Youth - Larry Nunn, Shelby 
Adults - Rev. W. L. Pitts, Shelby 

BROTHERHOOD WORKERS 

Director - A. L. Hardin 
Ass't Director - L. J. Bailey 
Baptist Men's Dir. - Jae Hamrick 
Sec. -Treasurer - Jennings Brooks 
R. A. Leader - Kenneth Ledford 

W. M. U. WORKERS 

Director - Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Shelby 

Ass't Director - Mrs. Bruce Hord, Shelby 

Baptis? Women's Director - Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Shelby 

Ass't Bapt. Women's Dir. - 

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Iss^t B* ^^W^Dlr" Mr M* D °T nie SpearS ' Kin ^ S fountain 
f? t a ' f- W * Dlr - " Mr s. Joe Costner, Lawndale 
Acteens Director - Jeanne Jones, Shelby 
Ass't Acteens Director - 

Ass^ r ±r A Ct n r " r S " LarrY Morrison ' Lawndale 
Ass t G. A. Director - 

Missions Friends Dir. - Mrs R Pn in a ^ m^-, ^ 

Ass-t M. P. Director - M^tE"^^^ Kln9S "*" 

TRUSTEE 
Mr. J. A. West (1979), Shelby 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 
Children's Home - Mrs. Ruth Davidson, Shelby 
B^f J°u the . A ? in ^ " Mr ' Walter Davis, Shelby 

llltllt r°?? ltal " Dr * D * F * Hord ' Kin ^ Mountain 

Xt Colleges - Dr. R. W. Abrams , Boiling Springs 
Annuity Board - Mr. Hal Wright P 9 

Christian Literature - Mr. A. L. Hardin, Shelby 
Cooperative Program - Rev. Roland Leath, Shelby 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Fred Wells 

Mrs. Bob Sweezy 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly 

Dr. W. L. Pitts 

Rev. J. c. Goare 

Dan Jolly, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 
We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Te^^Ts^ ^ J ° SePh E ' Cab - iL «* theVe^f ending 
^h e £ arn j na ti°n consists of tracing all recorded cash receipts 

Association for^h trans ^tions of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
association for the year ending September 30, 1976. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rylan Redding, Auditor 

TRUSTEES REPORT 

tr ^j' Ustee f of Kin <? s Mountain Baptist Association did not 
noSing^to^eport? 653 d ™ ** *"< ^' ^ ^'«e we' have 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred R. Mauney 

CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 

The Church Training Department of the Kings Mountain Baptist 

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Association is glad to report that we have a very active 

program to their schedule. 

A Review of Our Work 

(1) Associational Church Training M-Night was help on November 
•™ 1975 with the Elizabeth Baptist Church. Total attendance 
for thrs service was 375 representing 22 Churches. Two-wards 
were presented at the M-Night service. First Baptist Church of 
Grove? NC received the award for having the highest percent of 
the enrolment! Flint Hill Baptist Church received the award 
for the greatest number present. , hrpp 

(?) m March of 1976 the Church Training Department held three 
WIN institutes. This was considered a very successful project 
VnLS The records states that we had a total of 209 people 

??;* in the three schools from 22 churches. We had 9 first 
tSfdecisionf reported IrCm the visiting teams on Thursday 

^nt^n September 21, 1976 The Church Training Department 

ii our Church Work. The total number reported in attendance was 

384 from 44 different Churches. 



Where We Stand 



w^ ,r P in the very early stages of our plans and preparation 
for the new Assoc! ational year! However, we are now considering. 

Q) Some type of help program for International Students and 
children of Missionaries at Gardner Webb College. (Depending 
upon approval of the Association) 

12) M-Niqht Service on December 6. 

3 We stand ready to assist any church in the association 
with vour Church Training program. We will assist with the total 
program or any liven department. Please call upon us if we can 
help. 



Respectfully Submitted 
Broadus Heatherly 



BROTHERHOOD REPORT 



I would like to take this opportunity to ^ank you for allowing 
me to serve as Brotherhood Director this year. It has been a 

bl fwou!d t0 like to'tnank Mr. Hal Dedmon, R A Direct or for the 
fine work he has done with the R. A. He has done a splendid 

J °The Brotherhood was privileged to attend the Equipping 
Conference on September 21. We had a very good attendance from 
the churches in all areas of the Brotherhood. 

I was privileged to visit and speak to a number of our 
churches this year. I found in each church a spirit of love 
and enthusiasm. 



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I feel that we here in the Kings Mountain Baptist Assop 



Respectfully submitted 
J. C. Bissette 



WOMAN 



S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

Ir ^ Girls ln A ction, and Acteens . 
a Highlight of our year was the Baptist Women World n™ of 

and program. About 250 attended. partlcl P ated « the planning 
In January a Workshop was held with threp ri-iv* «■!«««■ w 

ssrs^ss B s o^- s an D d r Mi i^ d on M 4 p r" ^ -- °--^ 

were workshop leaders! McGehee, and Dr. Robert Lamb 

<ihpL? le « a,mB n 1 s P r ing meeting held at First Baptist Church 
ESS'-fi!: g; LS^r ° f the -nn^vanra^outh 

9 o d-or,?"b^lher°e is^st^to^one^ * ^° >" 

During the summer months, members of the W. *M U Council »„ t 

OeoeXTwf^ & ^oothEr-Se-lor^hf^h-a-iinr-- * 

Correctional Center for Women in Raleigh. Since that Jime w P 
P^isonerraL^tSir ^^? 1111 ^ ***"»**> -^stefto re^asld 

Center who are now in nursing homes in the county ThSf 
persons will be visited by Baptist Women during the year 

The Baptist Women held a missions banquet in February at 
which time Mr. and Mrs. Cline Borders spoke. Baptist Luna 
Women met at Macedonia with Miss Nanrv r»r£*« ZeZ ? ■ ? 9 

rf mStings^ MiSSi ° n ^^ lead — **-™ ^ave nerd^uarter- 

We continue to promote special offerings and weeks of oraver 
the"rai Boara^M?"^ ^"^ * Lve attend^ularry 

;£Ps£maiS; g KS y T^^^IT^JT^ 

church members informed of events and activities. 



Respectfully submitted 
Hrs. Hubert C. Dixon, 
WMU Director 



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The W 



M. U. Council for 1976" - 77 is as follows: 



Director - Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Flint Hill 

A^ociate Director - Mrs. Bruce Hord, New Prospect 

m ?in Lt ion Director - Mrs. Hubert C. Dixon, Boiling Springs 

BaSis? D tor" Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Double Springs 

llllllt Young Women Director - Miss Donnie Spears, Macedonia 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director - Mrs. Joe Costner, Jr., 

Pleasant Grove 
Acteen Director - Miss Jeanne Jones, Beaver Dam 
Assistant Acteens Director - Mrs. Bobby Lail, Flint Hill 
rirls in Action Director - Mrs. Larry Morrison, Lawndale 
Assistant Gir?s in Action Director - Mrs. James Hines, Flint Hill 
Mission Friends Director - Mrs. Reginald Alexander, Kings 

AssistantVission Friend Director - Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Lily 

Secretary-Treasurer - Mrs. Mark Black, Emmanuel 

MUSIC REPORT 

Everv church within this association has a ministry of music, 
for music Plays a great part in worship. Many of our Christian 
doctrines arf taught the singing of the great hymns of the 

° h Re?aiivelv few of our churches have full-time ministers of 
musfc burall have a music ministry. A great part of the music 
leadership within the churches in the Kings Mountain Association 
ifcarried on by capable and dedicated part-time or volunteer 
music directors. It is to these people that this report is 
dedicated? Their willingness to serve and their love for God 
and for people are reflected in the musical programs found in 
111 the churches. Music is worship and music is education. We 
both learn and worship as we sing. , . .,,. 

It is our desire to be of service to the people of this 
association. One church has already scheduled a winter music 
school? Wnen possible other teaching opportunities will be 

"whatever the musical needs are, let us be of help when possible 
Whether it is a search for new materials or methods, or other 
needs we will be glad to be of service. 

■Serve the Lord with gladness: come before His presence with 

singing. " 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. Allen Jolley 

MEMORIALS REPORT 

We pause in our deliberations at this moment to remember and 
,™Jw hPloved dead. Since we last met in our annual sessi 



session 



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were deacons and four ministers. . 

We remember the words of the Apostle Paul according to the 
Livina Translation of the New Testament, "I have fought long and 
hard for my Lord, and through it all I have kept true to Hun 
And now the time has come for me to stop fighting and rest. In 
heaven a crown is waiting for me which the Lord the rxghteous 
Judge, will give me on that great day of His return. And not 

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I™tr5° T'J° Ut ^° a11 thOSe whose lives sh ™ that they are 
eagerly looking forward to His coming back again » 

n™ a ?= * v° S ^ d ' " F ° r We kn ° W that when this tent we live in 
now is taken down - when we die and leave our bodies - we will 
have wonderful new bodies in heaven, homes that Sill be ours 

hands" Ho"*' ^^ f ° r US bY G ° d Himself ' and no? made by human 
hands How weary we grow of our present bodies. That is whv we 

hn^t ^^^ ^^k 1 ? t0 the day when we shal l have heavenly Y 
bodies which we shall put on like new clothes " edven -«-y 

Yes, the question asked by Job long ago, "If a man die shall hP 

ihSifiiS^Sr* bY the words of Jesus Becau se ? s ~ ** 

f-o^ K Sl T e r ?u r l0Ved ° nes are at rest in the Lord for we are 
-Si?*? »? ^ at hS !? eard a great Voice from heaven saying? 

Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from hence- 
forth: yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their 
labors and their works do follow them." 
A poet expressed it this way: 

"Think of- 

Stepping on shore, and finding it heaven- 
s' taking hold of a hand and finding it God's hand; 
Of breathing new air, and finding it.celestial air; 
Of feeling invigorated, and finding it immortality 
Of Passing through storm and tempest, to an unknown calm; 
Of waking and finding it heaven." 

Ernest M. Smith 
GENERAL BOARD REPORT 

during" ^Et^S 1 ^* 1 "* - ° f ** G «»" 1 B ° ard "~ ^ 

churrh ho^= e ? e m ^ tings were informative and inspirational. Our 
church hosts for these meeting were. October - Beaver Dam- 
Shelby! " TemPle '' April " B ° iling S P rin ^ **Y " Second Church, 

ma ?S°f tS ° f com ^ it tees were received, in addition to routine 
matters major items of information and recommendations were 
approved by the General Board, some of the items were? 

(1) Approved plans for an Association-wide Deacon's Retreat. 

U) Instituted a special summer program in our churches. Em- 
ployed a youth summer worker in our association. 

(3) Approved plans and encouraged all churches to participate 
in an Equipping Conference, sponsored by our Church Train- 
ing Department. This conference was conducted September 
21 , 19 76 . 

(4) After careful study and planning, asked the Moderator to 
appoint a special committee to select a person to be re- 
commended to serve our association as Director of Christian 
Social Ministries. 

(5) Established a special account to be designated "The Missions 
Advance Fund of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association." 
The funds are to be used for special purposes within our 
association. 

(6) Our General Board meetings have been held Monday Morning 
after the third Sunday at 10:00 O'clock the months of 
October, January, April and July. 

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A number of our members were of the opinion this time 
should be changed to an evening meeting allowing a greater 
number of members an opportunity to attend. During 
October of 1976, we will begin meeting on Monday evening 
after third Sunday the months of October, January, April, 
and July of each year. 
(7) Approved a recommended Financial Budget for the Association 
Year beginning October, 1976 in the amount of $62,930. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Joseph E. Cabaniss 
Clerk-Treasurer 

THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Membership Committee has met with representatives from the 
Northside Baptist Church and the Immanuel Baptist Church on two 
occasions during the past year. In addition, we have attempted 
to evaluate those reports which have been submitted by these two 
groups now under watchcare of tne Association. 

After serious study your committee makes the following recom- 
mendations : 

First, in keeping with a request presented by a representative 
from Northside and since there are indications of a need for 
continued guidance and assistance the committee recommends that 
they be continued under watchcare of the Association. 

Second, though the committee has some reservations about both 
the need for and wisdom of such a transition the committee 
recommends that Immanuel be granted full membership in the Kings 
Mountain Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred Mauney, Chairman 
Bruce Rabon 
Frank Royster 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Be it resolved that we, the messengers to this the 126th 
annual meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

Express our appreciation to the host church, Elizabeth Baptist 
Church of Shelby, and to the pastor and other staff members and 
to all members who so graciously welcomed and received us as we 
used their church facilities; 

Express appreciation for the bountiful meal to churches : 
Buffalo, Elizabeth, Emanuel, Mull's Memorial, New Prospect, 
Pleasant Grove, Ross Grove, Wallace Grove and Waco; 

Express our thanks to the Order of Business Committee, the 
Rev. Roy Taylor, chairman, for a program of inspiration and infor- 
mation; and to those within the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
serving on the program and to the Rev. Yates Campbell of the 
Gaston Association for his sharing with us during this event; 

Commend the Rev. Paul Sorrels and the Rev. Charley Sandifer 
and the cast who presented the drama: Reenactment of the First 
Annual Association Meeting 1851, thus adding another historical 
celebration during this our National Bicentennial year. 

Commend Moderator Carlos Young and Vice Moderator Bill McDaniel 
for their efficiency in guiding us through this session, and to 
Clerk Joseph Cabaniss for his accurate recording to the proceed- 

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mgs; 

Acknowledge the good work of all officers and committees who 
served during the past year, and covenant to pray for and work 
with those elected for the new year; 

Express appreciation to Director of Missions Cline Borders for 
his leadership, guidance, vision, patience and wisdom during the 
year and to Mrs. Thomas Petty for her work and help to all who 
call upon her; 

Recognize the public service rendered by the following news 
media; radio stations WOHS, WADA, and WKMT; and newspapers 
THE SHELBY DAILY STAR, CLEVELAND TIMES AND KINGS MOUNTAIN MIRROR- 
HERALD ; 

And, be it resolved that we of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association enthusiastically participate in the BOLD MISSION 
THRUST program of the Home Mission Board in the evangelizing 
and congregationalizing effort, which is, reaching every person 
within the United States with the Gospel Message. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ronald Paris 

Mrs. Cecil Murray 

Ruby M. Alexander, Chairman 

YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES 

REPORT TO THE KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION IN ANNUAL SESSION 

This past year has been another effective one in terms of 
service. However, in terms of need and the potential for an 
expanded ministry, it can only offer limited service until that 
time when the way can be cleared for a full-time social ministry 
in the Association. 

We suffered a real loss this year in the moving out of our 
Association of Dr. Fred McGehee. The Pioneer Director of Youth 
and Family Services, and Dr. Bill McKinney, one of our aole 
Volunteer Counselors. Their contribution to our Association and 
to our county cannot be measured in mere words. 

I would like to highlight four specific areas of service now 
being rendered by our Asso's Youth & Family Service personel. 
I. The Counseling Service 

a. The Juvenile Court Counselors continue to recommend that the 
parents of young people coming through the juvemile court see 
members of the Youth and Family Services staff for Family 
Counseling. 

b. The Juvenile Counseling Office in the Law Enforcement Center 
continues to provide limited free office space and secretarial 
help for our ministry. 

c. The Juvenile Court Counselors under the able supervision of 
Mrs. Gloria Newman continue to offer full support of our 
counseling minisrty and have set up an adequate referral system 
for such. 

d. In addition to the referrals of the Juvenile Counselors, 
the Youth and Family Services staff is available for personal, 
marriage or family counseling referrals from the community. 

e. The result has been approximately 250 interviews this year. 

f. With the potential of a worship, teaching and counseling 
ministry in the county jail, county prison camp and nursing homes, 
and the potential for a counseling ministry through the domestic 
court as well as the juvenile court, the need for a full-time 



social ministry becomes even more acute. 

II. The Volunteer Program 

a. Under the able coordination of Ms. Frances Mashburn, volun- 
teers from various churches are rendering a valuable service. 

b. There is still a need for more volunteers to be a friend to 
the" juveniles, build a one-to-one relationship which might lead 
into participation in family activities, and assist in tutoring 
programs and transportation. 

c. Unlike our sister counties, Gaston and Linclon, Cleveland 
County does not have any court foster parents. This would be 
a voluntary service to provide a temporary home for youthful 
offenders when it is impossible for them to remain at home, or 
have placement elsewhere. 

III. Cleveland County Girls Home 

a. Cleveland County Commissioners have agreed to fund the 
Cleveland County Girls Home for one more year. Federal funding 
for the Home may continue but there must be community matching 
funds provided from some source. 

b. Youth and Family Services share in the treatment of the 
residents in the Girls Home through family counseling and case 
conferences. 

c. There are other specific needs the Girls Home has which 
need to be filled. 

IV. Speaking Engagements, Community Service, etc. 

This year members of the Youth and Family Services staff 
worked with the Human Relations Council, Gardner-Webb College 
and the Council for Developmental Disabilities on Community 
Concerns. They also spoke to WMU and brotherhood groups concern- 
ing the work and assisted the local hospital in securing a chap- 
lain. They also participated in other community activities. 

The possiblities for Christian Service through Community 
Ministry are unlimited. Proverbs 29:18A says: "Where there is 
no vision, the people perish". May God grant that persons in 
need in Cleveland County will not perish because we have no 
vision. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Dean Coffey, Director 
Youth and Family Services 

Program 

OCTOBER 19-20, 1976 

TUESDAY EVENING 
Elizabeth Baptist Church, Shelby 

7:00 Hymn Of Praise - Rev. Allen Jolly 

Scripture - Rev. L. Mai Schuman 

Prayer - Rev. Marvin Whisnant 
7:05 Organization 

Report of Order of Business Committee - Rev. Roy Taylor 

Appointment of Committees - Mr. Carlos Young 

Constitutional Changes - Rev. Marion Adams 
7:15 Moderator's Message - Mr. Carlos Young 

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7:30 Presentation: Reenactment of first annual Association 

Meeting 1851 - Rev. Paul Sorrels & Rev. Charley Sandifer 
8:10 Welcome New Ministers & Wives - Mr. Carlos Younq 
8:20 Director of Missions Report - Rev. Cline Borders 
8:30 Special Music - First Baptist Church, Shelby 

"Genesis" 
8:35 Inspirational Message - Rev. T. Max Linnens 
Benediction - Rev. Bruce Rabon 

WEDNESDAY MORNING 

9:30 Hymn Of Praise - Rev. Allen Jolly 

Scripture - Rev. Paul Sorrels 

Prayer - Rev. Charley Sandifer 
9:35 Report of General Board - Mr. Joe Cabaniss 
9:45 Moderator: Special Events - Mr. Carlos Young 
10:05 Business and Announcements 

Report of Order of Business Program Committee - Rev Rov 

Taylor * y 

Report of Committee on Nominations - Rev. Dan Jolly 

Report of Enrollment - Mr. Joe Cabaniss 

Report of Membership Committee - Rev. Fred Mauney 
10:10 Historian Report - Dr. Wyler Washburn 
10:15 Election of Officers - Mr. Carlos Young 
10:20 Youth and Family Service Report - Rev. Dean Coffev 
10:25 Hymn - Rev. Allen Jolly 
10:30 Report of Organizations: 

Sunday School - Dr. Gene Watterson 

Church Training - Rev. Broadus Heather ly 
]0:50 Constitutional Changes - Rev. Marion Adams 
11:00 Christian Social Ministry Program - Rev. Cline Borders 
11:25 Special Music - Susan Wilson 

11:30 Mission Challenge for »76 - Dr. Forrest Feezor 
Benediction - Rev. Bobby Seagroves 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 

1:00 Hymn Of Praise - Mr. Frank Stroup 

Scripture - Rev. Larry Nunn 

Prayer - Rev. Fred Mauney 
1:05 Miscellaneous Business - Mr. Carlos Young 
1:15 Report of Organizations 

Brotherhood - Mr. J. C. Bissette 

W.M.U. - Mrs. Hubert C. Dixon 

Music - Rev. Allen Jolly 

Library - Mrs. Forrest Kelly 

Church Beautification - Mr. Hackett Wilson 
1:50 Miscellaneous Business - Mr. Carlos Young 
2:00 Report of Committee on Committees - Rev. Russell Fitts 
2:05 Report of Resolution Committee - Mrs. Charles Alexander 
^:10 Memorials - Rev. Ernest Smith 
2:15 Special Music - Mr. Frank Stroup 
2:20 Message - Rev. Yates Campbell 

Benediction - New Moderator 

BY-LAWS FOR ASSOC IATIONAL W. M. U. 

ARTICLE I: NAME. The name of this organization shall be Woman' 
Missionary Union, Auxiliary to the Kings Mountain Baptist 



Association 



S ARTICLE°II: OBJECT. The object shall be to promote Christian 

missions through the organizations of Woman's Missionary Union 

the churches and missions of the Kings Mountain Baptist 



in 
Association. 



ARTICLE III: RELATIONSHIPS. 

Section 1. Woman's Missionary Union, Auxiliary to Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association, shall be the liaison between church 
organizations and the North Carolina Woman's Missionary Union. 

Section 2 This associational Union shall recognize the auto- 
nomy of church organizations as provided in the Baptist democra- 
tic process of operation. . 

Section 3. Church organizations shall be recognized as units 
through which the object of this Woman's Missionary Union is 
accomplished, each responsible for its own program, and contribut- 
ing to the work of the association. .... 

Section 4. This associational Union shall be guided in its plan 
of work by the Associational WMU Achievement Guide. 

ARTICLE IV: MEMBERS. The members of Woman's Missionary Union _ 
orqanizations in the churches and missions of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association shall constitute the membership. 

ARTICLE V: OFFICERS. . l . 

qection 1. The officers shall be a Director, Assistant Director, 
Secretary-Treasurer, Baptist Women's Director, Assistant Baptist 
Women's Director, Baptist Young Women's Director, Assistant 
Baptist Young Women's Director, Acteens Director, Assistant 
Acteens Director, Girls in Action Director, Assistant Girls in 
Action Director, Mission Friends Director, Assistant Mission 
Friends Director and others as needed. These officers shall be 
elected anually in a meeting of the associational WMU and shall 
hold office for one year or until their successors are elected. 
The tenure of office shall be five consecutive years. 

Section 2. These officers shall perform the duties set out 
for them in these By-Laws and the "Woman's Missionary Union Work 
in the Association." 

ARTICLE VI: NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS 

Section 1- The Nominating Committee, composed of six women, 
shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee, and elected by 
the associational WMU to serve one year. 

Section 2. The Nominating Committee shall nominate officers 
and age group directors and assistants. Other nominations may 
be made from the floor. 

Section 3. The Nominating Committee, in event of vacancy, shall 
present a nominee for the unexpired term for election by the 
associational WMU Council. 

ARTICLE VII: MEETINGS. . 

Section 1 . Day and/or night associational WMU meetings shall 

be held annually. _ . 

Section 2. Other meetings shall be held as authorized by the WMU 

Council. 

ARTICLE VIII: W. M. U. COUNCIL. 

Section 1. The WMU Council shall be composed of the officers, 
aqe group directors and any others desired. 

Section 2. The WMU Council shall schedule the regular meetings 
of the organizations, plan the program of activities, hear reports, 
and check progress on the Achievement Guide. 

Section 3. Regular meetings of the WMU Council shall be held 
quarterly, or as needed. 



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ARTICLE IX: COMMITTEES. 

Section 1. There shall be committees, standing or special, as 
needed. 

Section 2. Committees, except those otherwise provided for, 
shall be appointed by the Director. 

Section 3. The Director shall be an ex-officio member of all 
committees except the Nominating Committee. 

Section 4. The duties of these committees are such as are set 
forth in these By-Laws and "Woman's Missionary Union Work in the 
Association." 

ARTICLE X: FINANCES. 

Section, 1. The associational WMU shall adopt an annual budget, 
funds to be allocated from the associational budget. 

ARTICLE XI: PARLIAMENTATY AUTHORITY. The rules contained in 
Robert's RULES OF ORDER, REVISED shall govern the Union in all 
cases to which they are applicable. 

ARTICLE XII: AMENDMENTS TO BY-LAWS. These By-Laws may be 
amended at any regular meeting of the associational WMU, 
provided the amendment has been submitted in writing at a 
previous meeting. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 

This has been an exciting yeat for the evangelism committee. 
We have continued to secure the speakers for Reveille for 
Revival a radio program that is heard by hundreds and appreciated 
by many. 

This committee also helped plan and carry out the county wide 
census and the simultaneous revival, held in the spring of this 
year with fifty-two of our churches participating. 

We also had a desire to have an area wide crusade, and this 
past Monday night the General Board gave approval to the 
evangelism committee to extend an invitation to the James Robinson 
Team to lead in an area wide crusade in July of 1977. To make 
this crusade a sucess we need and encourage the support of all 
our churches . 

Respectfully submitted, 
Evangelism Committee 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET 
October 1, 19 7 6 - September 30, 19 77 



I. Salaries: 

Director of Missions 

Clerk-Treasurer 

Secretary 

TOTAL SALARIES 

II. Christian Social Ministrie: 

III. Promotional: 

Sunday School and VBS 

Church Training 

Brotherhood 

R. A. (Postage & Conclave) 

W.M.U. 



1975-76 

$10,000.00 

1,020.00 

6,000.00 

$17,020.00 



150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
1,000.00 



1976-77 

$10,500.00 

1,080.00 

6,300.00 

$17,880.00 

$20,000.00 



200.00 
200.00 
150.00 
200.00 
1,000.00 



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Visual Aids & Equipment 
Youth & Family Services 
Church Music 
Evangelism 
Office Operating 
Office Telephone 
Special Emphasis 
Speaker's Honorarium 
Historical Commission 
Baptist Youth For Christ 
TOTAL PROMOTIONAL 



$ 400.00 
1,200.00 
100.00 
100.00 
2,000.00 
400.00 
700.00 
200.00 
100.00 
500.00 

$ 7,300.00 



$ 500.00 

100.00 
100.00 
2,400.00 
400.00 
700.00 
300.00 
100.00 
500.00 
$ 6,850.00 



$1,000.00 
3,200.00 
1,600.00 
4,400.00 

600.00 

250.00 

350.00 

300.00 

1,000.00 

1,500.00 

1,000.00 

1.000.00 

1,200.00 
$17,400.00 

$41,720.00 



IV. Special 

Student Summer Worker 

Expense Allowance (DOM) 

Retirement & Insurance (DOM & Sec.) 

Housing 

Convention & Conference (SBC, 

State, Evang. & Mis.) 
Utilities 
F.I.C.A. 
Christmas Gifts 
Printing of Minutes 
Rent 

Office Equipment 
Miscellaneous 
Redecorating & Furnishings 

For Office 

TOTAL SPECIAL 

GRAND TOTAL BUDGET 

Approved by Committee, July 16, 197 6 

Dr. Clyde Chapman, Chairman 

Mr. Lowery Austell 

Mr. Dan Moore 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
October 1, 1975-September 30, 1976 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 19 75 

Received from Churches for Missions Fund 

South Africa Crusade 

Reveille for Revival 

Association Basketball and Baseball 

Food for the Elderly 

Guatemala Relief 

Sale of Mimeograph Machine 

WIN Conference 

Pastoral Workshop 

Deacon's Retreat 

Miscellaneous 

World Day of Prayer 

Total To Be Accounted For 



51,000.00 
3,360.00 
2,000.00 
4,400.00 

800.00 

250.00 

380.00 

300.00 

1,000.00 

1.500.00 

1,000.00 

1.000.00 

1,200.00 
$18,190.00 

$62,930.00 



$ 2,407.35 

37,293.31 

50.00 

771.00 

2,800.00 

275.00 

125.00 

250.00 

438.00 

390.50 

120.00 

197.22 

153.00 

$45,270.38 



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Disbursements : 
Salaries : 

Director of Missions 
Secretary 
Clerk-Treasurer 
Total Salaries 

Promotional Expenses: 
Sunday School and VBS 
Church Training 
Brotherhood 
W. M. U. 
Visual Aids 

Youth & Family Services 
WIN Conference & Material 
Office Operating Expence 
Office Telephone 
Special Emphasis 
Speaker's Honorarium 
Baptist Youth For Christ 
Total Promotion 

Special Accounts: 
Housing (D.O.M.) 
Expense Allowance (DOM) 
Retirement & Insurance 
Office Rent 
Utilities 
Payroll Taxes 
Deacon's Retreat 
Pastoral Workshop 
Printing Minutes 
Assoc. Basketball & Baseball 
Convention & Conference Expense 
Christmas Gifts 
Miscellaneous 
World Day of Prayer 
Office Equipment 
Summer Staff Member 
Total Special 
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 

BALANCE ON HAND, September 30, 1976 



$10,000.00 
6,000.00 
1,020.00 



131.80 
146.20 
122.75 
802.60 
212.62 

1,000.00 
817.11 

1,999.67 

375.03 

25.00 

100.00 

18.30 



4,400.00 

3,200.00 

1,853.28 

1,500.00 

246.80 

377.70 

216.00 

372.00 

880.29 

2,498.74 

600.00 

300.00 

344.65 

153.00 

673. ]2 

1,000.00 



$17,020.00 



$ 6, 351.08 



$18,615.29 

$41,986.66 

$ 3,283.72 



HISTORY ACCOUNT 



Balance on Hand, October 1, 1975 
Expenses ' 



$ 2,151.09 
352.50 



Earnings ? ^Jj* 

BALANCE ON HAND, September 30, 1976 — 1,914.* 59 

TOTAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT BALANCE, Oct. 1, 19 75 
Earnings / 

BALANCE, Spetember 30, 19 76 



$21,564.60 

1,356.97 
$22,921.57 



Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treas; 



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CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE CHURCHES 

October 1, 197 5-September 30, 1976 

MISSION ACCOUNT 



CHURCH 

Allen Memorial 

Beaver Dam 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Boiling Springs 

Buffalo 

Calvary 

Carpenter's Grove 

Casar 

Churchill Drive 

Community 

David 

Double Shoals 

Double Springs 

Dover 

Eastside, Kings Mountain 

Eastside, Shelby 

Elizabeth 

Elliott Memorial 

Emmanuel 

Faith 

Fallston 

Flint Hill 

Grover First 

Highland 

Kings Mountain 

Kings Mountain First 

Kings Mountain Second 

Lattimore 

Lawndale 

Lily Memorial 

Love Valley 

Macedonia 

Midview 

Mount Sinai 

Mull's Memorial 

New Bethel 

New Buffalo 

New Camp Creek 

New Hope 

New Life 

New Prospect 

Norman ' s Grove 

Oak Grove 

Oak View 

Patterson Grove 
Patterson Springs 
Peach Street 
Piedmont 
Plains View 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Ridge 



428.62 
500.00 
52.00 
460.00 
.,394.00 
.,000.00 
675.73 
451.00 
90.00 
160.00 
224.16 
50.00 
250.00 
400.00 
700.00 
600.00 
60.00 
936.00 
2,596.00 
54.00 
12.00 

410.00 
566.00 
552.87 
185.00 
450.00 
1,000.00 
1,341.61 
815.00 
475.00 
180.00 
100.00 
1,251.60 
100.00 
400.00 
180.00 
532.50 
250.00 

500.00 

210.00 
164.57 
208.00 
150.00 
350.00 


1,137.00 
100.00 
933.75 

550.00 



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Polkville 

Poplar Springs 644.28 

Putnam Memorial 800.0 

Ross Grove 156.00 

Sandy Plains 338.55 

Shelby First 1,048.39 

Shelby Second 3,750.00 

Temple 775.00 

Union 339.00 

Victory 400.00 

Waco 10.00 

Wallace Grove 300.00 

Westover 25.00 

Westview 463.97 

Zion 1,844.49 

Zoar 600.00 

Northside 910.00 

TOTAL 701.65 

$37,293.31 
REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD 
Allen Memorial: 

Mrs. Brady Lail, R-i, Grover 
Mrs. Darwin Allen, R-l, Grover 

Beaver Dam: 

Mr. and Mrs. Schieman McSwain, R-4 shplhv 
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Hamrick, R-4, Shelby Y 

Bethany: 
None 

Bethel: 
None 

Bethlehem: 

Mr. Douglas McDaniel, R-2 Bnv iia 

Mrs. Hilda Kiser, R-2 Box fi?n I ' lngS Mount ^in 
Mrs. Jas. Reynolds, R-2 Box 17P^ S Mountiin 
Mrs. Willis Harmon R-2 Box III' l^* Mountain 
"/ * *, Box 466, Kings Mountain 

Boiling Springs: 

R. W. Abrams, Boiling Sprinas 
Mrs. Wayne Ware, Boiling swings 

Buffalo: 

^1* B S5 tha Lacke ^ R "l/ Box 188, Shelby 
Eidon Edison, 1308 Crestview Dr., Shelby 

Calvary: 
None 

Carpenter's Grove: 

Mr. D. C. Carpenter, R- 3 , Lawndale 
Mrs. Harry Hart, R-3, Lawndale 
Mr. Leslie Seagle, R-3, Lawndale 

Casar: 

Mr. A. A. Pruett, R-l, Casar 

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Rev. Dean Coffey, P. 0. Box 158, Casar 

^^^anfirien, 109 Deliver Kd Shelby 

Mr. Herman Eaker, 825 Kings Rd., Shelby 

Community: 
None 

^Mrs! Marguerite McKee, R-3, Box 413-A, Kings Mountain 
Rev. N. S. Hardin, R-2, Kings Mountain 

Double Shoals: 

E. Y. Spangler, R-i, Shelby 

Double Springs: 

Mr. Rafe Lovelace, R-4, Shelby 

Mr. C. C. Padgett, Box 36, Lattimore 

D °Mr! : and Mrs. Clyde Bridges, P. 0. Box 1707, Shelby 

Eastside, Kings Mountain: 
None 

Eastside, Shelby: 

Rev. Tom Bray, 307 Clegg St., Shelby 

^Drt^n^Mrs. Ted Westmoreland, 1009 W. Marion St., Shelby 

Elliots Memorial: 
None 

Emmanuel: . 

Betty Black, 113 S. Jarob, Cherryville 

Faith: 
None 

Fallston: 

E. G. Spur ling, P. 0. Box , Fallston 
Yates Williams, P. O. Box , Fallston 

Flint Hill: 

Mr. Wallace Vinsette, R-2, Shelby 
Mr. G. M. Wacaster, Boiling Springs 

Grover First: 
None 

Highland: 
None 

King Mountain Baptist: U/ „ ■ fa i_ 

Rev J C. Goare, 407 Hawthorne, Kings Mountain 
Mr.*Eugene Roberts, 818 N. Piedmont, Kings Mountain 



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Kings Mountain First- 

Kings Mountain Second: 
None 

Lattimore: 

Mrs Hal Pite, R-3, Shelby 

Mr. A. P. weathers. Box 216, Lattimore 
Lawndale: 

Mr. Jack Yon, Lawndale 

Mr. Fred Beam, Lawndale 

Lily Memorial .- 
None 

Love Valley: 

Mr. George Melton, R-4 Rnv ^7 v 
Mrs. k. R. van Dyke, R-4 Box Ilk ^ M ° Untain 
x /k 4, Box 326, Kings Mountain 

Macedonia: 

Rev. Raul Home, 1325 Grover Rd., Kings Mountain 
Midview: 

Mt. Sinai: 
Frank Ellis 
J. D. Rollins 

Mull's Memorial: 
None 

New Bethel: 

Mr. W. w. Lattimore, R-3, Lawndale 
Mr. Warren Spurling, r- 3 , Lawndale 

New Buffalo: 

Mrs. Velva Martin, 913 Eastview St., Shelby 
Mrs. Eunice Martin, 1575 Kings Rd./ Shelby 

New Camp Creek: 

Mrs Sam Dudley, R- 3 , Kings Mountain 
H. A. Haskin, Kings Road Ext., Shelby 

New Hope Baptist: 

J. H. Tulloh, R-ll, Shelby 
B. H. Hopper, Box 12 3, Earl 

New Life: 

New Prospect: 

T. Z. Hord, R-2, Cherryville 

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wright, R-l, Shelby 



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Norman's Grove: 

Mrs. Ray Warlick, R-2, Vale 
Mrs. Harold Watts, R-3, Lawndale 

Oak Grove: 

Mr. M. C. Lovelace, Box 341, Kings Mountain 
Mr! F. C. Ware, R-3, Kings Mountain 

Oak View: 

Mr. Harold Farris, R-2, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Paul Hord, R-l, Kings Mountain 

Patterson Grove: 

Mr. Jack Seism, R-3, Box 444-A, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Edwin Moore, R-3, Box 481, Kings Mountain 

Patterson Springs: 
Mr . Braxton Bowen 
Mr. Neal Porter 

Peach Street: 

Piedmont: 

Ronnie Tims, First St., Kings Mountain 

L. J. Ramsey, 110 Benfield Rd. , Kings Mountain 

Plains View: 

Rev. Randall Ruion, R-2, Lawndale 
Mr. Jimmy Carroll, R-2, Lawndale 

Pleasant Grove: 

Mrs. Grace Wright, R-5, Shelby 
Mrs. Carolyn Greene, R-5, Shelby 

Pleasant Hill: 

Louise Kendrick, R-6, Shelby 
Watson Hamrick, R-9 , Shelby 
Hugh Dover, R-2, Kings Mountain 

Pleasant Ridge: 

Mr. Yates Hamrick, R-3, Shelby 
Mr. Joe Delozier, R-3, Shelby 

Polkville: 

Griff Davis, R-10, Shelby 
Juanita Beam, R-l, Lawndale 

Popular Springs: 

John W. Hamrick, R-2, Shelby 
Gay Putnam, R-3, Shelby 

Putnam Memorial: 

Mrs. Claud Jones, Jr., 908 Earl Rd. , Shelby 
Mrs. J. R. Webber, R-4, Box 379, Shelby 



Ross Grove 
None 



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Sandy Plains: 

Thomas Petty, R-3, Shelby 
Wayne Whitaker, R-3, Shelby 

Shelby First: 

Shelby Second: 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poston, 504 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 
Temple : 

Ei™\i& 102 ? e " field Rd " Kin ^ s fountain 
Elva Nicholson, 901 Henry St., Kings Mountain 

Union: 
None 

Victory: 

Rev. Eddie Grigg, St. Luke St., Shelby 

Waco: 

Mr. W. H. Lutz, Box 100, Waco 

Mr. G. M. McMurry, Waco 

Mr. Heywood Moss, Waco 

Wallace Grove: 
None 

Westover: 

Mr. Ruben Navy, 1319 Shelby Rd., Kings Mountain 
Mr. W. 0. Peeler, 1070 Elam Rd., Kings Mountain 

We st view: 

Noel Lykins, 508 E. Graham, Shelby 

W. D. Paines, 1100 Charles Rd., Shelby 

Zion: 

Mrs. Irene Blanton, Box 1620, Shelbv 
Mrs. Mable Wellmon, R-io, Shelby 

Zoar: 

Mr. Charles Allen, R-8, Box 1, Shelby 
Mrs. Lois Allen, R-8, Box 1, Shelby 

Immanuel; 
None 

Northside: 
None 

CHURCH LIBRARIANS 

Allen Memorial: None 

Beaver Dam: Mr. Wayne Brooks, R-8, Box 206, Shelby 

Bethany: None 

Bethel: None 

Boi^g e spri^ = D Ze aS M ° Danie1 ' ^ ' BOX " 4 ' ^ ~ ain 
Buffalo: Miss Penny Stone, R-2, Kings Mountain 
Calvary: None 

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Carpenter's Grove: Mrs. Yates Warlick, R-3, Box 373, Lawndale 

Churchill^rive: Miss Kim Willis, P. 0. Box ]589, Shelby 

Community: None 

David: None c , nl , , 

Double Shoals: Miss Bill Lowe, R-l, sh< ; lb Y u 

Double Springs: Mrs. Kendall Jones, R-4, Shelby 

Dover: None 

Eastside, Kings Mountain: None 

Eastside, Shelby: None c , ,, 

Elizabeth: Mrs. Joe Mauney, P. 0. Drawer 1447, Shelby 

Elliots Memorial: None 

Emmanuel: None 

Faith: None 

Fallston: Mrs. Wyte Royster, Fallston 

Flint Hill: None 

Grover First: None 

Kings^ountaxn Baptist: Mrs. Bill Crawford, R-3, Box 396-A, Kings 

Kings^ountain First: Miss Diana Gamble, 903 Monroe Ave., Kings 

Mountain 
Kings Mountain Second: None 
Lattimore: Mrs. Jack Dover, R-3, ^Shelby 
Lawndale: Mrs. Tom Forney, Box 515, Lawndale 
Lily Memorial: None 

Love Valley: None , . 

Macedonia: Miss Delores White, R-4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

Midview: None 

Mt. Sinai: Mrs. Gary Moss, Shelby 

Mull's Memorial: None 

New Bethel: None 

New Buffalo: None 

Now Camp Creek: None 

New Hope: Mrs. B. H. Hopper, Box 123, Earl 

New Life: None 

New Prospect: None 

Norman ' s Grove : None . , . 

Oak Grove: Mrs. Flora Evans, R-3, Box 427, Kings Mountain 

Oak View: Mrs. David Kime , R-l, Box 331, Kings Mountain 

Patterson Grove: None 

Patterson Springs: Miss Connie Long, R-l, Grover 

Peach Street: None 

Piedmont: None 

Plainsview: Mrs. Delia Williams, R-3, Cheeryville 

Pleasant Grove: None 

Pleasant Hill: None 

Pleasant Ridge: Miss Debbie Jones, R-3, Shelby 

Polkville: Mrs. Linda Wease, R-5, Shelby 

Popular Springs: None 

Putnam Memorial: None 

Ross Grove: None 

Sandy Plains: None 

Shelby First: Mrs. Robert Riddle, 1002 Cumberland Dr., Shelby 

Shelby Second: Mrs. John Tidwell, 1554 Spangler Dr., Shelby 
Temple: Barbara Jones, 40 3 Fulton St., Kings Mountain 
Union: Mrs. Ray Crowe, Box 644, Boiling Springs 
Victory: None 

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Waco : None 

Wallace Grove: None 

Westover: None 

Westview: Mrs. Jack Anderson, 9055 Surratt Dr., Shelby 

Zion: Miss Ruby Irvin, 1012 N. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Zoar: Mrs. Ruth Davidson, R-8, Box 129, Shelbv 

Immanuel : None 

Northside: Mrs. Peggy Turner, Sedgefield Spts . , Shelby 

CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 
Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Double Springs 

POLKVILLE GROUP: 
Carpenter's Grove 
Casas 
Community 
Double Shoals 
Elliot's Memorial 



Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Sinai 
New Life 



Fallston 
Lawndale 
New Bethel 
Norman's Grove 



Pleasant Ridge 
Popular Springs 
Sandy Plains 



Plains View 
Polkville 
Union 
Zion 



SHELBY GROUP: 
Bethel 
Calvary 

Churchill Drive 
Dover 
Eastside (S) 



Highland 
Lily Memorial 
Peach Street 
Putnam Memorial 



Shelby First 
Shelby Second 
Westview 
Zoar 



KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 
David 

Eastside (KM) 
Faith 

Kings Mountain 
Kings Mountain First 



Kings Mtn. Second Patterson 

Macedonia Piedmont 

New Camp's Creek Temple 

Oak Grove Westover 
Oak View 



GROVER GROUP: 
Allen Memorial 
Bethany 
Bethlehem 
Grover First 

WACO GROUP: 
Buffalo 
Elizabeth 
Emmanuel 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Bessemer City 
Kings Creek, S. C 
Kings Mountain 
Birmingham, Ala 
Blacksburg, S. C. 
Boiling Springs 
Casar 



Love Valley 




Patterson Springs 


Midview 




Pleasant Hill 


New 


Buffalo 




Victory 


New 


Hope 








Mull's Memorial 




Ross 


Grove 


New 


Prospect 




Wallace Grove 


Pleasant Grove 




Waco 




P CODES 


FOR OUR AREA 








30309 


Cherryville 






28021 


28016 


Dallas, Texas 




75201 


29719 


Earl 






28038 


28086 


Ellenboro 






28040 


35203 


Fallston 






28042 


29702 


Fort Worth, 


Texas 


76116 


28017 


Gaffney, S. 


C. 




29340 


28020 


Gastonia 






28052 



58 



Grover 


28073 


Polkville 


28136 


Lattimore 


28089 


Raleigh 


27611 


Lincolnton 


28092 


Richmond, Va. 


23230 


Memphis, Tenn. 


38104 


Shelby 


28150 


Mooresboro 


28114 


Vale 


28168 


Nashville, Tenn. 


37234 


Waco 


28169 



DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 



Disbursements for Local Work 
Disbursements for All Purposes 
Staff Salaries 
Property Values 
Total Receipts 
Gifts: Per Member 

Per Member Coop. Prog. 

Per Member All Missions 
Cooperative Program 
Associational Missions 
Children's Homes 
State Missions 
Home Missions 
Foreign Missions 
Hospital 

Christian Education 
Total for Missions 
Baptisms 

Church Membership 
Sunday School Enrollment 
Church Training Enrollment 
Music Ministry Enrollment 
VBS Held 

VBS Enrollment 
Brotherhood Enrollment 
WMU Enrollment 



04 



$3,988,358 

4,677,593 

3,365,030 

,19,432,870 

4,366,763 

156 

11.48 

24.62 

321,263 

38,238 

16,143 

11,969 

41,910 

110,941 

9,999 

40,778 

689,235 

788 

27,984 

18,949 

4,528 

4,254 

62 

7,082 

2,011 

3,742 



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Russell L. Hinton, R-3, Box 331, Kings Mtn. 2808 

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Richare E. Plyler, R-1, Box 46, Kings Mountain 2£ 


Clyde O. Hamrick, 604 Northern Street, Shelby 2 
Ansel Center, 104-A Center Street, Kings Mtn. 28 
Randall Runion, R-2, Lawndale 28090 
John G. Haas, R-5, Box 474, Shelby 28150 


E. Paul West, Jr., R-3, Shelby 28150 
Alton Martin, Box 255, Polkville 28136 
Clyde Chapman, R-2, Shelby 28150 
Johnny M. Bridges, R-9, Shelby 28150 


None 

Gene L. Watterson, Box 1360, Shelby 28150 
Roy P. Taylor, P. O. Box 221, Shelby 28150 
Frank Shirley, P. O. Box 912, Kings Mountain 28 
Konnoth \WaltPr5 R-5 Rox 128 Shelbv 281 50 


Eddie Grigg, R-3, Box 237, Kings Mountain 2808 

J. Ronald Parris, Box 79, Waco 28169 

Lero Hudson, R-1, Casar 28020 

S. Guy Cabaniss, 1370 Westover Drive, Kings Mtn 


William H. Pope, R-5, Shelby 28150 

Daniel H. Jolly, P. O. Box 1284, Shelby 28150 

James Rice, 1406 Beverly Avenue, Shelby 28150 

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Minutes * Church Histories * Church Directories * Sermon Books * Genealogies 




1977 Minutes 




Kings Mountain 

Baptist Association 

North Carolina 



Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

of 

Cleveland County 
North Carolina 

One Hundred Twenty- Seventh 
Annual Session 



Held With 

Polkville Baptist Church 

October 18-19, 1977 

Next Session With 

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 

October 17-18, 1978 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

By-Laws 27 

Constitution 25 

Dedication 5 

Calendar of Activities 6 

Associational Directory 10 

Organizational Workers 13 

Assistant Pastors & Ministers of Education & Youth 15 

Ministers Deceased This Year 15 

Ministers Ordained During The Year 15 

Ministers Licensed During The Year 16 

Licensed Ministers 16 

Ordained Ministers Not Serving As Pastors 17 

Messengers 18 

Visitors Outside The Association 20 

In Memoriam 20 

Historical Events of Interest 24 

Proceedings 33 

Program 48 

REPORTS: 

Committee on Committees 11 

Nomination Committee 37 

Auditing Committee 39 

Trustees 39 

Search Committee 39 

Summer Worker 40 

Sunday School 42 

Church Training 43 

Woman's Missionary Union 43 

Music 44 

Membership Committee 45 

Resolutions Committee 45 

Memorials 46 

General Board 46 

Youth for Christ 47 

Evangelism 48 

Budget 50 

Treasurer's 51 

General Board Members 54 

Church Librarians 58 

Church Groups 59 

Zip Codes. 59 

Digest of Letters 60 

TABLES: 

Historical 61 

Statistical 63 



POLKVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 








Polkville Baptist Church was organ- 
ized July 28, 1940. A Presbytery met at 
the Poldville High School for the 
purpose of establishing a Baptist Church 
in Polkville. As a result of work accom- 
plished by Rev. D. F. Putnam, Rev. H. 
E. Waldrop, N. L. Whisnant, and Fred 
Mintz, plans were made to organize 
what is now Polkville Baptist Church. 

Rev. J. W. Suttle, moderator of the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association was 
elected as moderator, and Wyan Wash- 
burn of Double Springs was elected as 
secretary. 



The Rev D F Putnam was recognized and spoke briefly on the status ;of work 

new church. The convention covenant and 18 articles 01 iann w* 
unamiously by the church. 

The following officers were elected: 

Z e ^T. ::::::::::::::: ■*£,**? superintendent 

Mrs. Pine Withrow Music Director 

August 11. 1940 was set as the deadline for charter members. A revival was 
C ° n The e n d e4 e £& A continued to hold worship service at Polkvflle 

ntlnted a ten acre cotton patch and donated the profits to the church for carpet. 
The buUdlng was dedicated in 1950, while W.P. Biggerstaff was pastor. 

\ b wo1n^ 
DaViS I„ a "4JTC- n"£al building was completed by the congregation 
Property has been purchased at different times and now totals approx,- 

mately 14 acres. 

Parsonage was completed in 1963. 

Under the leadership of our present pastor Rev Alton Martin plans were 
approved with Tom Pegram as Architect and McC uney Construction Inc as 
builder ground was broken May 18, 1975. Construction began in May of 1975 on 
the New Sanctuary. Total cost of the structure was $180,000.00, and has a seating 
canacfty of 400. It is a modern up-to-date facility. Dedication of the new sanctuary 
was on February 1, 1976 with Rev. W.P. Biggerstaff being the pr.nc.pe speaker 
Also on the program were Rev. Kenneth Lambert, Carlos Young and the present 
pastor, Alton Martin. . . 1fl . ft . 

God has richly blessed Polkville Baptist Church since its conception in 1940 at 

the Polkville High School. 



DEDICA TED 




The 1977 Minutes are dedicated to the memory of the Reverend L. D. Scrubs 
pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church. L. D. Scruggs was born in Rutherford 
County April 11, 1928. He later married Helen Lanier Scruggs, and they have 
four children: Dean, Sheila, David and Lori. 

yx7 ^ Scruggs served as a pastor at the Calwry Baptist Church, Gaffney, S. C; 
Wyatt s Grove Baptist Church and the Needmore Baptist Church in Salisbury, N. 
L.; Patterson Road Baptist Church, Dayton, and First Baptist Church, Newton, 
Uncinnati Ohio. Mr. Scruggs had begun his eighth year at Macedonia Baptist 
Church when death came on October 16, 1977. 

The ministry of L. D. Scruggs extended far beyond the boundary of his local 
church. His mvolvement in the life of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association and 
community agencies was widespread and effective. 



1978 CALENDAR 

JANUARY 1978 

1- 6 January Bible Study 

3 Pastors' Conference 

3- 5 Seminary Extension Workshop, Fruitland 

9-11 Seminary Extension Workshop, Caraway 

10 Pastors' Conference 

13-14 Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

16 Associational General Board, Ross Grove 

17 Pastors' Conference 

17 Pastors' Seminary - Conflict Management 

22 Baptist Men's Day 
24 Pastors' Conference 

24-25 State General Board 

27-28 Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 

FEBRUARY 1978 

6- 7 Statewide Evangelism Conference, War Memorial Auditorium, Greens- 

fboro 

7 Pastors' Conference n m _ . 

9 Church Training "Developing" Books, Age Group Conferences, Regions 

7 & 8 

14 Pastors' Conference 

17-18 Interviews for Summer Mission Opportunities, Caraway 

20-21 Regional Children's Choir Festival 

23 Missions Committee, Baptist Center 
23-24 VBS Clinic, Caswell 

24-25 State Adult Choir Festivals 

24-26 H. S. Seniors' Retreat, Caraway 

24-26 N. C. Baptist Men's Retreat, Caraway 

27-28 Pastoral Leadership Seminar, Chowan College 

28 International Banquet 

28 Urban Missions Conference 
28- 1 VBS Clinic, Caraway HI 

MARCH 1978 

2- 3 VBS Clinic, Caraway #2 

3- 4 State Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista 
3- 4 State Youth Choir Festivals 

5-11 Home Missions Week of Prayer 

7 Pastors' Conference 
9-10 VBS Clinic, Ridgecrest 

14 Pastors' Conference 
17-19 State Pioneer R. A. Congress, Gardner-Webb 

21 Pastors' Conference 
21-22 Gardner-Webb Ministers' Conference 
24 Executive Committee, Baptist Center 
28 Pastors' Conference 
31- 1 State Handbell Festival 



APRIL 1978 

4 Pastors' Conference 

8 Weekday Early Education Workshop 

10-12 National Conference on Preaching, Charlotte 

11 Pastors' Conference 

14-15 Western Area Day Camp Workshop, Hickory First 

14-15 American Campcraft Workshop, Caraway 

14-15 Church Library Conference, Raleigh 

14-15 Teaching/Learning Workshop - Adults in S. S., Caraway 

17 Associational General Board, Kings Mountain Baptist 
17-19 N. C. Music Conference, Caraway 

18 Church Building Conference, Raleigh 

18 Pastors' Workshop - Managing Volunteer Workers 

18 Pastors' Conference 

20-21 Church Training Spec. Consultants Retreat, Caraway 

21-22 Weekend RA Camp, (Grades 4-12), Caraway 

21-23 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

22 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 
25 Pastors' Conference 

28-29 Weekend RA Camp (Grades 1-3), Caraway 

28-29 Youth Convention, Coliseum, Greensboro 

28-30 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

18 Annual WM T J Meeting 

MAY 1978 

2 Pastors' Conference 

4- 6 Youth Ministry Workshop, Caraway 

9 Pastors' Conference 

14-19 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

15-17 Statewide Associational Training, Ridgecrest 

16 Pastors' Conference 

19-20 State RA Track Meet 

22-25 Sr. Adult Conference, Caraway 

23 Pastors' Conference 

25 Missions Committee - Baptist Center 

26-27 State Correctional Min. Conf., Caraway 

27 Children's Bible Drill, Fruitland 

30- 6 Orientation for Summer Workers, Gardner-Webb 

JUNE 1978 

3 Children's Bible Drill, Caraway 
6 Pastors' Conference 

12 Camp Caraway Opens 

13 Pastors' Conference 

18 Baptist College Day & Scholarship Offering 

19-24 Church Training Week, Caswell 

20 Pastors' Conference 

20 Children's Bible Drill, Caswell 

27 Pastors' Conference 

JULY 1978 

3- 7 Week of Study & Fellowship, Mars Hill 

3- 8 Youth Ministries Week, Caswell 

4 Pastors' Conference 



10-15 World Missions Week, Caswell 

10-15 Children's Choir Camp, Fruitland 

1-11 Pastors' Conference 

11-12 State General Board, Chowan College 

17 Association^ General Board, Poplar Springs 
17-21 Assoc. Directors' Conference, Caraway 
17-22 Youth Conference, Caswell 

18 Pastors' Conference 

24-29 Youth/ Adult Music Week, Caswell 

25 Pastors' Conference 

31- 5 Youth Conference, Caswell 

AUGUST 1978 

1 Pastors' Conference 

8 Pastors' Conference 

7-12 Youth Conference, Caswell 

14-16 "Happiness" Retreat, Exceptional Persons, Caraway 

15 Pastors' Conference 

18 Youth Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 

19-25 Student Week at Ridgecrest 

22 Pastors' Conference 

24 Stewardship Workshop (Mission Support, 79) 

24 Missions Committee, Baptist Center, R.A. Field Day 

27 On-to-College Sunday 

29 Pastors' Conference 

SEPTEMBER 1978 

5 Pastors' Conference 
8- 9 Bro. Leadership Training, Caraway 
10-15 Regional Brotherhood Workshops 

12 Pastors' Conference 
15-16 Vol. Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 
18-19 Preachers' Camp Meeting, Truett Camp 

18-20 Multivention (Pastoral Leadership Seminar, Long Range Planning 
Seminar, Church Secretary's Seminar) Caraway 

19 Pastors' Conference 

19 Pastors' Workshop, ABC's of Church Management 

19 Church Building Conference, First Baptist, Asheville 

21 WMU Leadership Conference 
21-22 C. T. Assoc. Officers Workshop, Ridgecrest 
22-24 Business & Professional Men's Retreat, Caraway 
25-26 Methods & Materials Clinc, Hickory 

26 Pastors' Conference 

28 Executive Committee, Baptist Center 

OCTOBER 1978 

3 Pastors' Conference 
6- 7 S. S. Age Group Leadership Training, Caraway 
6- 7 Pastors-Deacons & Wives Retreat 

10 Pastors' Conference 
10-11 State General Board, Caraway 
13-14 S. S. Age Group Training, Ridgecrest 
13-14 Younger Crusader RA Camp, Caraway 

16 Associational General Board, Pleasant Hill 

17 Pastors' Conference 

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17-18 Annual Associational Meeting 
20-22 Senior Men's Retreat, Caraway 

24 Pastors' Conference 
23-28 Church Recreation Methods & Materials Clinic 
27-28 Pioneer R. A. Officers Workshop, Caraway 

31 Pastors' Conference 

NOVEMBER 1978 

7 Pastors' Conference 
6-12 Royal Ambassador Week 

10 January Bible Study Preparation 

10-11 Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 

11-12 N. C. Baptist Men's Convention 

13 15 Baptist State Convention, Raleigh 

14 Pastors' Conference 

17-18 Crusader R. A. Congress 

21 Pastors' Conference, International Banquet 

23 Thanksgiving Day - Office Closed 

23 Missions Committee - Baptist Center 

26 Baptist Men's Breakfast 

28 Pastors' Conference 

DECEMBER 1978 

3- 9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

5 Pastors' Conference 

11 "M" Night 

12 Pastors' Conference 
19 Pastors' Conference 

25 Christmas Day 

26 Pastors' Conference 

28 Executive Committee, Baptist Center 

31 Student Day at Christmas 



ASSOCIATIONS DIRECTORY 

OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

Moderator Mr. William B. McDaniel, R-2, Box 377, Kings Mountain 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Dan Jolley, Box 1284, Shelby 

Clerk-Treasurer Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Box 174, Shelby 

Director of Missions Rev. Cline W. Borders, Box 24, Shelby 

Office Secretary Mrs. Mae Petty, Box 24, Shelby 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mr. William McDaniel, Moderator, Chairman R-2, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Vice-Moderator Box 1284, Shelby 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer Box 174, Shelby 

Rev. Cline Borders, Director of Missions Box 24, Shelby 

Rev. Royce BaUew, Sunday School Dir • • Box 79, Waco 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Dir R-2, Box 272, Shelby 

Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Dir 403 Phifer Rd., Kings Mountain 

Mrs. George Hamrick, WMU Dir Box 465, Shelby 

Rev. Jerry King, Youth for Christ Dir 500 Melody Lane, Shelby 

Mrs. Dianne Ledbetter, Youth/Family Serv. Dir Box 137, Lawndale 

Rev. Allen Jolley, Music Dir Box 786, Kings Mountain 

Rev. W. H. Pope, Pres. Pastor's Conf R-5, Shelby 

Rev. Charles Freeman, Chairman Nom. Com Box 832, Boiling Springs 

Mrs. D wight Ledbetter, Chairman Com. on Com Box 848, Shelby 

Rev. Fred Mauney, Chairman Mem. Com 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Clyde Chapman, Chairman Fin. Com R-2, Shelby 

Rev. Alton Martin, Chairman Evang. Com Box 255, Polkville 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter, Chairman Box 848, Shelby 

Miss Delores White R-4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Marion Adams 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Mr. T. S. Putnam Lawndale 

Rev. Woodrow Wall R-10, Box233-A, Shelby 



CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Vice-Moderator, Chairman Box 1284, Shelby 

Rev. Royce Ballew, S. S. Director Box 79, Waco 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Dir • • R-2, Shelby 

Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Dir 403 Phifer Rd., Kings Mountain 

Mrs. George Hamrick, WMU Director Box 465, Shelby 

Rev. Allen Jolley, Music Director Box 786, Kings Mountain 



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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 1977 
Standing Committes 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Russell Fitts, Chairman, Kings Mountain 1979 

Rev. Paul West, Route 3, Shelby 1978 

Mrs. Billy Wilson, Shelby 1978 

Mrs. Ellis Martin, Route 2, Lawndale 1979 

Rev. Charles Wade Bellinger, Shelby 1980 

Mrs. Diane Ledbetter, Lawndale 1980 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Chmn., Route 4, Shelby 1979 

Mr. James West, Shelby 1978 

Mr. Bobby Crawford, Earl 1980 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Rev. Alton Martin, Chmn., Polkville 1978 

Mr. Delbert Lee, Shelby 1978 

Rev. Larry Nunn, Kings Mountain 1979 

Rev. Wilson Padgett, Shelby 1979 

Mrs. Robert Davis 1980 

Mrs. Jerry King, Shelby 1980 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Dr. Clyde Chapman, Chmn., Rt. 2, Shelby 1978 

Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 1979 

Mr. Charles Alexander, Kings Mountain 1980 
Mr. Joseph Cabiness, Shelby, Clerk-Treasurer 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. Wyan Washburn (Historian) Chmn., Boiling Springs 

Mr. Hackett Wilson, Shelby 1978 

Mr. W. H. Dodd, Waco 1978 

Mrs. Charlotte Swift, Shelby 1979 

Mrs. John Berry Hamrick, Rt. 3, Shelby 1979 

Mr. George Murray, Waco 1980 

Mrs. Ruth Dedmon, Shelby 1980 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Rev. Fred Mauney, Chmn., Shelby 1978 

Mr. Neiman Kell, Kings Mountain 1978 

Rev. Ansel Center, Kings Mountain 1979 

Rev. Dan Wallace, Shelby 1979 

Rev. Ed Sessoms 1980 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Frank Shirley, Chmn., Kings Mountain 1979 

Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 1979 

Rev. Bobby Seagroves 1980 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Rev. Charles Freeman, Chmn., Boiling Springs 1979 

Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 1978 

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Rev. J. C. Goare, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Gene Elliott, Fallston 

Rev. Bruce Rabon, Fallston 

Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, Boiling Springs 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. W. H. Pope, Chmn., Rt. 5, Shelby 

Rev. J. E. Bishop 

Rev. Dan Wallace, Shelby 

Rev. Clyde Bearden, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Paul Sorrells, Grover 

ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Moderator: William McDaniel 
Clerk-Treasurer: Joseph Cabaniss 
Music Chairman: Allen Jolley 
Rev. Donal Farrow, Chmn., Earl 
Rev. C. 0. Greene, Rt. 1, Lawndale 
Rev. Don Ledbetter, Lawndale 

YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Lynn Ledford, Chmn., Rt. 4, Shelby 

Mr. Cleve Rayfield, Shelby 

Rev. Max Linnens, Boiling Springs 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP COMMITTEE 

Mr. Jim Turner, Chmn., Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Joe Hamrick, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mrs. L. P. Williams, Shelby 

Rev. Larry Nunn, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Bob Sweezy 

Mr. Jesse Yarbrough, Shelby 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Ned Buckner, Chmn., Shelby 

Miss Debbie Pry on, Shelby 

Mrs. Joyce Beam, Shelby 

Mr. Vernon Frank, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Gary Gragg, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Mr. Frank Corn well, Kings Mountain 

Miss Debbie Whisnant, Shelby 

Rev. Woodrow Wall, Rt. 10, Shelby 

YOUTH FOR CHRIST DIRECTOR 

Rev. Jerry King, Shelby 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Harvey Beeler, Chmn., 

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Mrs. Hubert Dixon, Boiling Springs 



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Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Ed Sessoms 
Rev. Don Farrow 
Mrs. T. S. Putnam 
Mrs. Bus Blanton 
Rev. Eugene Land 



ORGANIZATIONAL WORKERS 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Rev. RoyceBallew, Waco 

Teacher Improvement Dir. Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 

Outreach Director Rev. Royce Bruce Rabon, Fallston 

VBS Director Frank Stroup, Shelby 

Jiomehound Activities Dir Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: 

Cradle Roll Mrs. MikeHoyle, Kings Mountain 

Preschool #1 

Preschool #2 Mrs. Al Waters, Jr., Shelby 

Children #1 Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Children #2 .Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Lattimore 

You th Mr. Bruce Harless, Shelby 

Adults Rev. Paul Sorrells, Grover 

TELEPHONE CONTACT COMMITTEE 

Grover Mrs. Toy Grigg 

Kings Mountain , Miss Delores White 

Lattimore Mrs. J. Wyatt Martin 

Polkville Mrs. Minor Gettys 

Shelby • Mrs. Jean McSwain 

Waco Mrs. W. C. Wright 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Shelby 

New Member Orientation Rev. Robert Trexkr, Boiling Springs 

Adult Leader Rev. Ed Sessom, Boiling Springs 

Leadership Training Rev. Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Music Director . .Mr. Ken Brooks, Shelby 

Pianist Mrs. Diane Brooks, Shelby 

Pre-School Leader ......... Mrs. June Sorrells, Grover 

Children's Leader .Mrs. DennieTheis, Shelby 

Youth Leadership ..... Mr. Barry Padgett, Boiling Springs 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Mr. Willard Boyles, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Director .Mr. Ken Crawley, Shelby 

Baptist Men's Director JoeHamrick 

Secretary-Treasurer . Mr. Jennings Brooks, Shelby 

R.A. Leader Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

Committee Mr. Gary Stout, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 

Mr. Jimmy Hines, Shelby 

Mr. Tommy McCoy, Shelby 

Mr. Barry Greene, Shelby 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. George Hamrick, Shelby 

Assistant Director Mrs. David Lucas, Shelby 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Assistant Baptist Women Dir Mrs. Archie Chapman, Lawndale 

Baptist Young Women Dir. Miss Donnie Spears, Kings Mountain 

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Assistant Baptist Young Women Dir Mrs. Joe Costner, Lawndale 

Acteens Director Mrs. Don Ledbetter, Lawndale 

Assistant Acteens Dir Mrs. David Ledbetter, Shelby 

GA Director Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Assistant GA Director Mrs. Bobby Lail, Boiling Springs 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Shelby 

Assistant Mission Friends Dir Mrs. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Leonard Allen, Boiling Springs 

Assistant Mission Support Chairman Mrs. George Rogers, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Boiling Springs 

TRUSTEES 

Mr. George Hamrick (1980) Shelby 

Mr. J. A. West (1979) Shelby 

Mr. Max Long (1978) Grover 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes Mrs. Eugene Vinesett, Boiling Springs 

Home for the Aging Mr. Walter Davis, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital Dr. D. F. Hord, Kings Mountain 

Baptist Colleges Rev. Bob Abrams, Boiling Springs 

Annuity Board Rev. Paul Home, Kings Mountain 

Christian Literature Mr. A. L. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 



AUDITOR 

Hamrick and Redding Shelby 

CHAIRMAN OF LIBRARY COUNCIL 

Miss Bonnie Price Boiling Springs 

YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES 

Mrs. Diane Ledbetter Lawndale 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 

HISTORIAN 

Dr. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

TRUSTEE 

Mr. George Hamrick, 1980 Shelby 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 

Mr. Allen Jolley Kings Mountain 

ORGANIST 

Mr. E. T. Bailey Shelby 



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OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

President Rev. William H. Pope, R-5, Shelby 

Vice-President Rev. Woodrow Wall, R-10, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer R ev . Harvey Beeler, R-l, Grover 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES 

President Mrs. Alton Martin, Box 255, Polkville 

First Vice-President Mrs. William H. Pope, R-5, Shelby 

Second Vice-President Mrs. C. A. Kirby, R-4, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Paul West, Jr., R-3, Shelby 

ASSISTANT PASTORS & MINISTERS OF EDUCATION & YOUTH 

Charles E. Maples (AP) 5007 Bowen Dr., Shelby - Bethel 

Donald W. BaUtzgher (MY) P.O. Box 1972, Shelby - Bethel 

Vernon Frank (ME) Rt. 2, Box 387, Kings Mountain - Bethlehem 

Barry C. Padgett (ME) Box 536, Boiling Springs - Boiling Springs Church 

DavidHutchms(MY) Box 163, Boiling Springs - Buffalo 

Rick Carter (MY) Rt . 7, Box391-A, Shelby - Calvary 

Jerry Lovelace (MY) .Rt. 2, Kings Mountain -David 

Johnny Bdes (MY) . . . Gardner-Webb College, Boiling Springs - Double Shoals 

pTl n w? { ¥IL • 243 N ' Post M - Shelfe y - Elizabeth 

Robert D WiUiard (MY) P.O. Box 495, Boiling Springs - Grover First 

R. Allen JoUey (ME) 701 W. Kings St., Kings Mt. - Kings Mt. First 

Neiman Kell (ME) . . . 519 Fallingwood Dr., Kings Mt. - Kings Mt. Second 

Delores White (ME & MY) Rt. 4, Box 203, Kings Mt. - Macedonia 

Glenn Davenport (MY) P.O. Box 1360, Shelby - Shelby First 

W. J. McSwam (AP). Rt . i, Shelby - Wallace Grove 

Bruce Har ess ME & MY) Rt. 11, Box 342-6, Shelby - Westview 

Joe Olson (MY) P.O. Box 312, Boiling Springs - Zion 

JeneneBraswell(MY) Rt. 6, Box 164, Shelby - Zoar 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

E-S. Elliott Elizabeth 

E ' °- Gore • • • Oak View 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

Eddie Wright, Kings Mountain East Side 

Bobby Gantt, Apt. #1, 2710 Riedling Dr., Louisville, Ky .' .' .' Elizabeth 

Charles Childers, Joe Lake Rd., Shelby New CamD 

J. E. Thrift, Lithia Springs Rd., Shelby New Camp 



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MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 

Robert J. Rumfelt, Box 18, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Michael Emery, P.O. Box 673, Boiling Springs Calvary 

David Rabb, Rt. 8, Shelby Calvary 

Carl Patterson, 532 Baker St., Kings Mtn East Side 

Lloyd Short, 702 Bridges Dr., Kings Mtn Kings Mountain Second 

David A. Philbeck, Rt. 1, Box 359, Grover New Buffalo 

Phillip Bollinger, Parkdale Circle, Kings Mtn Piedmont 

Frank Wright, 1010 Cansler St., Kings Mountain Piedmont 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Robbie Moore, Rt. 1, Grover Allen Memorial 

Richard Griswold, P.O. Box 319, Boiling Springs Bethel 

Dennis Ball, Box 387, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Jimmy Guild, Box 321, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Robert J. Rumfelt, Box 18, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Carl Patterson, 532 Baker St., Kings Mountain East Side 

A. V. Lowrance, Kings Mountain East Side 

Charles Fite, Rt. 3, 27-A, Southwood Dr., Kings Mtn East Side 

James Hamrick, Rt. 1, WacoRd., Kings Mtn Faith 

David Blizzard, Rt. 2, Box 85D, Shelby • Flint Hill 

Danny Alsup, Box 189, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Danny Benefield, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Willie McLawhorn, Box 201, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Charlie Turner, Tr. 2, Box 332, Grover Grover First 

Philip Reid, P.O. Box 97, Lattimore Lattimore 

David A. Philbeck, Rt. 1, Box 359, Grover New Buffalo 

John B. Linderman, Jr., Rt. 1, Kings Mountain Oak View 

Toy Steven Bolton, Rt. 3, Box 351B, Kings Mountain Patterson Grove 

John Franklin Bridges, 802 Katherine Ave., Kings Mtn Patterson Grove 

Roger Sailors, Rt. 3, Lawndale Plains View 

Billy Ramseur, Rt. 2, Lawndale Plains View 

Jack Davis, Rt. 3, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Boyd Lattimore, Box 196, Polkville Polkville 

DonByrd, Rt. 5, Shelby Polkville 

Kenneth Stalls, Rt. 3, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Billy Styers, Box 590, Lexington, N.C Poplar Springs 

Solan Moss, Rt. 4, Box 115, Kings Mountain Temple 

Jerry Rockholt, 702 E. King St., Kings Mountain Temple 

W. J. McSwain, Rt. 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Charles Dellinger, 709 Gardner St., Shelby Calvary 

Tommy Moss, 802Tryon St., Shelby Calvary 

Tommy Mode, 609 W. Elm St., Shelby Calvary 

Michael Emery, P.O. Box 673, Boiling Springs Calvary 

David Rabb, Rt. 8, Shelby Calvary 

Forrest Ridings, Rt. 9, Box 185, Shelby Calvary 

James Greene, 428 Lee Street, Shelby Calvary 



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ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Fletcher McGinnis, Carleen Rd., Ellenboro Beaver Dam 

Glenn Short, 1214 Gidney St., Shelby Bethel 

Broadus Matthews, Rt. 2, Box 390, Kings Mtn Bethlehem 

R. W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Garland Alien, Box 801, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Ernest Blankenship, Box 852, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

P. A. Cline, Box 854, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

S. L. Lamm, Box 173, Boiling Springs „ Boiling Springs 

R. F. Lancaster, Box 175, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Melvin Lutz, Box 932, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

M. Vaa-Murrell, Box 901, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

James McAlister, Box 238, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Robert Trexler, Box 304, Boiling Springs Boilimr Soi-ines 

C.W. Walker, Rt. 2, Shelby Boilin| SprinS 

Craven E. Williams, Rt. 3, Riverbend Acres, Shelby Boiling Springs 

Marlow Stroupe, 505 Gardner St., Shelby Calvary 

Dean Coffey, P.O. Box 158, Casar Casar 

T. W. Bray, 307 Clegg St., Shelby V.Eastside 

Ciine Borders, Rt. 7, Shelby Elizabeth 

Hillard Tutherow, 109 James St., Cherry ville .Emmanuel 

PaulE. Allen, Rt. 1, B-x423, Grover Grover First 

Reg Alexander, 510 ElleL voo<" Dr., Kings Mtn Kings Mountain First 

C. C. Crow, 206 N. Roxford Rd., Kings Mtn Kings Mountain First 

Alfred Wright, 316 Somerset Dr., Kings Mtn Kings Mountain First 

Cecil Thompson, 104 S. Goforth St., Kings Mtn Kings Mountain First 

Ira Falls, 407 E. Ridge St., Kings Mtn Kingt Mountain Second 

W. H. Redmon, 200 Fairview St., Kings Mtn Kings Mountain Second 

Hugh Harrill, Rt. 4, Shelby Lattimore 

Warren Reid, P.O. Box 97, Lattimore Lattimore 

Paul Home, 1325 Grover Rd., Kings Mountain. Macedonia 

Charles Childers, Joe Lake Rd., Shelby New Camp Creek ~ 

J. E. Thrift, Lithia Springs Rd., Shelby New Camp Creek 

Yates Smith, P.O. Box 321, Grover Patterson Springs 

B. R Holbrook, Rt. 3, Shelby Pleasant Rid|e 

Stanley Webb, Rt. 8, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

W. P. Biggerstaff, Rt. 5, Shelby PolkviUe 

Dan Proctor, Rt. 3, Shelby Poplar Springs 

J. E. Bishop, Rt. 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Ernest Smith, 502 Stroud Rd., Shelby „ Poplar Springs 

Ronnie Prevost, Rt. 2, Shelby „ Poplar Springs 

Clarence Hoyle, 315 S. Martin St., Shelby Shelby First 

Roland Leath, 208 Worthington St., Shelby. Shelby First 

J. Clint Newton, III, 612 Peach St., Shelby „ Shelby First 

Dr. Eugene Poston, 611 Tina Dr., Shelby Shelby First 

Commander R. Albert Propst, Mystic, Conn Shelby First 

Chaplain Max Burgin, 312 H. Oceanview, Brooklyn, N.Y Union 

Sherman Ross, Rt. 1, Shelby . Wallace Grove 

Yates Greene, Rt. 3, Lawndale Wallace Grove 

Dr. Noel Lykins, 508 E. Graham St., Shelby , Westview 

Rev. W. V. Tarlton, Rt. 7, Shelby R oss Grove 



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MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ASSOCIATION 

ALLEN MEMEORIAL: Mrs. George Fitch, Forest Fortenbury, Annie Short, 

Mrs. Jennie B. Jones, Gazzie N. Allen 
BEAVER DAM: Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Mr. and Mrs. Flay Brooks, E. 
D. Humphries, Mrs. Earl Bridges, Mrs. B. B. Benson, Mrs. Cullen Black, Mr. 
and Mrs. Hudson Wilson 
BETHEL: Rev. Glenn Short, Geneva Short 
BETHLEHEM: Rev. and Mrs. Russell Fitts, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaniel, Colean 

McDaniel, Emma Dixon, Mrs. Earl Morris, Vernon Frank, Mrs. Maggie Lail, 

Mrs. Annie McDaniel, Piccola Blalock, Myles Huffstetler 
BOILING SPRINGS: Dr. Craven Williams, Thirlen Osborne, Mrs. Hubert Dixon, 

Dr. Wyan Washburn, S. L. Lamm 
BUFFALO: Rev. Ralph Lail, J. Y. Roper, Eldon Edison, Emily Edison, Mrs. Boyd 

Wilson, Howard Kale, Evenlyn Kale 
CALVARY: Rick Carter, Edward Tessenair, Joan Tessenair, Marlow Stroup, 

Mrs. Doris Tessenair, Richard Watterson, Betty Watterson, Shirley Seism 
CARPENTER'S GROVE: Rev. Archie Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Mr. 

and Mrs. Leslie Seagle, Fannie Smith, Texie Carpenter 
XASAR: Rev. and Mrs. Dean Coffey, Mr. J. C. Palmer, Miss Donna Palmer, Mr. 

Jurelle Smith, Faye Selma Downs, Mrs. J. C. Downs 
COMMUNITY: Rev. Glenn Ballard, James Wilkie, Marvin Powell, Earl Mellon 
DAVID: Rev. N. S. Hardin, Jerry Lovelace, Odessie McSwain 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Price, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Spangler, E. 

Y. Spangler, Vera Spangler, H. H. Spangler, Mittie Spangler, Mrs. Carl 

Spangler 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Mrs. Charles Whisnant, B. B. 

Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Padgett, Mrs. Marshall Brooks, Mrs. Ruby 

Packard, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Brooks, C. W. Spargo, Virginia Spargo 
DOVER: Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nolan, Betty Wright, 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown, Mrs. Albert Huntsinger 
EASTSIDE, KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. James Williams, 0. E. Jolley 
ELIZABETH: Rev. Fred Mauney, Rev. and Mrs. Cline Borders, Danny Borders, 

Miss Debbie Whisnant, Joe Mauney, Frank Stroup, James Corn well, Mrs. 

Ralph Hord, E. C. McClain, Pat Osborne, Martha Osborne, Mrs. James 

Cornwell 
EMMANUEL: Rev. Fred Cartee 
FALLSTON: Rev. Bruce Rabon, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Spurling, Mrs. Wyte Royster, 

Yates Williams, Mrs. C. S. Elliott, Kate Sweezy, Mrs. Hubert Smith 
FLINT HILL: Rev. E. H. Sessom, Rev. Charles Freeman, Mrs. E. H. Sessom, 

Ralph Blanton, Gilbert Ledbetter, Maebelle Ledbetter, James Long, Mrs. 

Albert Hamrick, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Gold 
GROVER FIRST: Mrs. Beck Wright, Mrs. Pauline Watterson 
HIGHLAND: Rev. Paul Home, Mrs. Paul Home, Mrs. Lula Sanders, Mrs. Ray 

Bridges, Mrs. Flossie Woods 
IMMANUEL: Rev. Jim Rice 
KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Goare, Mrs. 0. 0. Walker, Mrs. B. P. 

Weaver, Mrs. James Stoll, Jr., Mrs. Charlie Blalock, Mrs. Glee Bridges, Mrs. 

Jack Hullender 
KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: Rev. and Mrs. W. Clyde Bearden, Allen Jolley, 

Fred Weaver, Dot Weaver, C. E. Blablock, Annie Murphy, Rev. and Mrs. C. C. 

Crow 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Land, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. 

Wood, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Tate 



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LATTIMORE: Rev. James P. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Paris Weathers 
LAWNDALE: Rev. Charley Sandifer, Fred Denton, Joy Sandifer, Mrs. Grover 

Eskridge, Vela Covington, Kenneth Ledford 
LILY MEMORIAL: Rev. Marian Adams, Mrs. Kenneth Carter, Mrs. Vallery 

McCoy, Mrs. Jean Grigg, Mamie Lou Allen 

LOVE VALLEY: Rev. and Mrs. Earl M. Redding, Ollie VanDyke, Lillian Bush, 

Henry Moss, J. 0. VanDyke 
MACEDONIA: Rev. P. A. Cline, Jr., Delores White, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. White, Z. 

W. Sullivan, Mrs. Z. W. Sullivan, Ada C. Jenkins, Gertrude Gore 
MIDVIEW: Rev. and Mrs. Fred Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Connor 
MOUNT SINAI: Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Nell Fraser, Mrs. Bill Ellis, Irene 

Mc Swain 
MULL'S MEMORIAL: Rev. Wade Dellinger, Eddie Ledford, Mrs. James Turner, 

Jr., Mrs. Clyde Harris, Rachel Mode, Mrs. Talmadge Queen, G. C. Champion, 

Margaret Champion 
NEW BETHEL: Rev. Don Ledbetter, Dianne Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. 

NEW BUFFALO: Robert L. Wells, Elizabeth Blanton, Annie Panther, Eunice 

Martin, Velvia Martin 
NEW CAMP CREEK: Mrs. Howard Sain, Floice McNeely, Mrs. Oscar Hullender, 

Terri Brooks 
NEW HOPE: Rev. Donald M. Farrow, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tulloh, Mr. and Mrs. 

John Eaker, Mrs. Lee Lavender 
NEW PROSPECT: Rev. M. T. Gales, Mrs. Yates Sperling, T. Z. Hord, Mrs. T. Z. 

Hord, Mrs. Joel Geene, Mary McMurry 
NORMAN'S GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. C. Q. Greene, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hartman, 

Mrs. Wilson Wellmon 
NORTHSIDE: Rev. Jesse Yarbrough, Anita Williams, James Goforth, Mrs 

James Goforth, Gary McNeilly, E. N. Barnette 
OAK GROVE: Rev. Russell Hinton, Less Lovelace, Bertie Stewart, Mamie and ! 

Wanda Bell, Mrs. Carl Davis, Mrs. Frank Ware. Mr. Frank Ware, Melvin 

Lovelace, Eva Mae Lovelace , 
OAK VIEW: John H. Caldwell, Glenn Spearman, Paul Hord, Jr., 
PATTERSON GROVE: Rev. Richard Plyler, Charles R. Bridges 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Rev. Harvey Beeler, A. L. Hardin, Jr., Broadus Bowen, 

W. C. Murray, Sr., Mrs. Cecil Murray, Sr., 
PIEDMONT: Ocie Hill, Reuben Navey, M. L. Ramsey, Mrs. Robert Walker 
PLAINS VIEW: Rev. Randall Runion, Stewart Davis 
PLEASANT GROVE: Rev. John Haas, Grace Wright, Lena Williams, Robbie 

Hopper, Sherman Costner, Mrs. Sherman Costner, Mrs. Charles Wright 
PLEASANT HILL: Rev. Ned Buckner, Pearl Kendrick, Marvin Stroup, Mrs. 

Marvin Stroup 
PLEASANT RIDGE: Mrs. Paul West, Mr. and Mrs. Yates Hamrick, Margaret 

Smith, Mrs. P. A. Brantley, Mrs. Robert L. Davis 
POLKVILLE: Rev. Alton Martin, Ella Lee Burnette, Xi Bradley, Mrs. Helen 

Bradley, Kenneth Gettys, Reba Head, Kevin Clark, Gary White, Helen Silver, 

Linda Shytle, Francis Greene, Jo Ann Vaughn, Faye Whisnant, Kathryn 

DePriest, Lewis McEntire, Mrs. J. V. Bridges 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ^ueen, 

Sr., John Hamrick, Gay Putnam, Magdalene Putnam, Grady Hamrick, Mrs. 

Grady Hamrick, Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Smith, Bonnie Price, Mrs. B. F. 

Hamrick 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev. Johnny Bridges, Edgar E. Passmore, Mrs. Ed 

Passmore, Mrs. J. R. Webber, Roy L. Cooke 

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ROSS GROVE: Rev. David E. Lucas, Rev. W. V. Tarlton, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 

Conley, LaLene Grigg, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dover 
SANDY PLAINS: Rev. and Mrs. Woodrow Wall, Mrs. Thomas Petty, Mrs. Oveda 

Whitaker, Mrs. Ethel Philbeck, Mrs. R. L. Humphries, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 

Hoyle, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Russ % 

SHELBY FIRST: Carlos Young, Rev. William B. McGmnis, Mrs. William B. 

SHELBY SECOND: Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Lockaby, Mrs. Weldon Pruett, Mrs. 

Irene Dover, Georgia Kale 
TEMPLE: Mrs. Ethel Camp 
UNION: Rev. Kenneth Walters, Selma Gold, Nellie Weathers, Mrs. Yates Horn, 

Buford Hamrick 
VICTORY: Gertrude Compton, Shirley Caveny 
WACO: Rev. and Mrs. Royce Ballew, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Whitworth, Mrs. G. G. 

Rollins 
WALLACE GROVE: Rev. Lero Hudson 
WESTVIEW: Rev. and Mrs. Jerry King, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Harless, Mrs. Paul 

Cole, Paul W. Jolley _ T w 

ZION: Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Pope, Mabel Wellmon, Mrs. Joe E. Blanton, Jr., Mr. 

and Mrs. Walter Davis, Beatrice Cabaniss, Mrs. Claude Cooper 
ZOAR: Rev. and Mrs. Dan H. Jolly, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bradley, Lyman 

Humphries, Mrs. Sim Siceloff, Mrs. Hugh Dover, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davidson, 

Mrs. Cindy Vassey 
CHRISTIAN FREEDOM: Rev. Eddie Wright, Vernice Dudley, Mr. and Mrs. H. 

A. Haskin, Mrs. Annie Daves 

VISITORS OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 

Dr. Doug Cole, Baptist State Convention, Raleigh 

Rev. T. A. Lineberger, South Mountain Baptist Camp, Connelly Springs 

Rev. Wray Barrett, Theron Rankin Association 

Rev. W. T. Furr, Elkin Baptist Association 



IN MEMORIAM 

BETHANY: BOILING SPRINGS: 

Mrs. Hambright Mrs. G. Alversoe Greene 

Mr. Doc Camp Mrs. Roy Greene 

Mrs. Forrest Hamrick 

BETHEL: Mrs. Roland Hamrick 

Mr. Summey Grayson Mr. Zeb Holland 

Mrs. Willie Murphy Mrs. Cyrus Ledbetter 

Mrs. C. 0. Bridges Mr. W. F. Tesseneer 

Mrs. Macie Hastings 

BUFFALO: 

BETHLEHEM: Mrs. Annie Grigg 

Mr. C. A. Spearman Mrs. P. M. Hord 

Mr. G. B. Seism 

Miss Pearle Herndon CALVARY: 

Miss Edna Herndon Miss Addie Gardner 

Mr. Baxter Smith Mrs. Dessie Sisk 

Mrs. Sarah Howell Mrs. Charles Mode 

Mr. J. S. McSwain Mr. Claude McKnight 

Mrs. Henry Stroupe 



Mr. F. L. Willis, Jr. 



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CARPENTER'S GROVE: 

Mrs, Bessie Justice 

CASAR: 

Carolyn Canipe Swink 

CHURCHILL DRIVE: 

Mr. Elmer Sheppard (Deacon) 
Mrs. Elmer Sheppard 

COMMUNITY: 

Mrs. Texie Mellon 

DAVID: 

Mr. Oscar White 
Mr. Fred Southard 
Mr. Robert Hawkins 

DOUBLE SHOALS: 

C. M. Spangler (Deacon) 
Mr. Will Devine 
Mrs. Sid Gold 
DOUBLE SPRINGS: 

Mrs. Margaret Ham ick 
Mr. George Jenkins 
Mr. John Williamson 
Mr. W. G. Seism (Deacon) 

DOVER: 

Mrs. Horace Clarke 



EASTSIDE: 

Mr. Yates Weaver 
Mr. Forrest Hayes 
Mr. William Kelly 
Mr. Clyde Trammell 
Mr. L. G. Cooper 
Mrs. J. M. Proctor 
Mrs. W. B. Biggerstaff 
Mrs. L. H. McSwain 
Mr. Carl Trammell 
Mr. John Hornbuckle 

ELIZABETH: 

Mrs. Chivous Blanton 
Mr. Paul G. Poston 
Mr. Charlie Wright 
Mrs. Wendell Glover 
Mrs. W. W. Martin 
Mrs. R. E. Roberts, Sr. 
Mrs. G. C. McClure 
Mr. Sam Wilson (Deacon) 
Rev. E. S. Elliott 
Mr. 0. P. Allen 
Mrs. G. A. Spake 
Mr. U. L. Roberts 



FAITH: 

Mr. S. R. Hawkins 

FALLSTON: 

Mr. John Hoyle 
Mr. Hubert Smith 

FLINT HILL 

Mr. Jonathan Scruggs 
Mrs. T. C. Humphries 
Mr. Bobby Gene Edmonson 
Mrs. Dolly Tritt 

GROVER FIRST: 

Mr. Jesse W. Hardin 
Mrs. J. L. Herndon 

HIGHLAND: 

Mr. Grady Woods 
Mrs. Bertha Greenway 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: 

Mrs. Ethel Conner 
Mrs. Octavia Coggins 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: 

Mr. W. M. Moorhead (Deacon) 

Mrs. Clara Pursley 

Mr. Gene Wright 

Mr. Bill Laughter (Deacon) 

Mr. Bob Hurlbut (Deacon) 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: 

Clemmie Lankford (Deacon) 

LATTIMORE: 

Mr. Robert Hunt, Jr. 
Mr. B. M. Jones 
Mrs. L. C. Toms 

LAWNDALE: 

Mrs. Ola Bridges 

Mrs. Pearl Williams 

Mr. Montgomery Southard 

LILY MEMORIAL: 

Mrs. Burton McSwain 

MACEDONIA: 

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sprouse 
Mrs. June Cloninger 
Mr. Kossie Wright 
Mrs. Raleigh Smith 



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MIDVIEW: 

Mr. James Hullender 
Mr. Converse Hutchins 
Mrs. 0. B. Greene 

MT. SINAI: 

Mr. Clifton McSwain 
Mr. Roscoe Piercey 

NEW BETHEL: 

Mr. Sylvester Falls 
Mr. Frank Spurling 
Mrs. Minta Grigg 

NEW BUFFALO: 

Gerald R. Henson 
Mary Sue Martin 

NEW HOPE: 

Mr. Robert E. White 
Miss Sue Agnes Borders 
Mrs. J. R. DeLoatch 
Mrs. Mattie Bell Hopper 
Mr. Jackson Sepaugh (Deacon) 
Mr. Shaw Sarratt 
Mrs. Hazel Turner 

NEW PROSPECT: 

Mrs. D. M. Beam 
Mrs. Gazzie B. Greene 
Miss Lillian Yarbro 

NORMANS GROVE: 

Robert Norman (Deacon) 

OAK GROVE: 

Mrs. Lalah Page 
Mr. L. M. Patterson 
Mr. Frealo Mayes 
Mr. Karl E. Parker 

OAK VIEW: 

Rev. E. 0. Gore 
Mr. Robert Hagans 
Mr. W. M. Wells 

PATTERSON GROVE: 

Mrs. Sarah Patterson Lovelace 
Mr. Paul Rufus Patterson 



PATTERSON SPRINGS: 

Mr. Shelly Byrd 
Mrs. Annie Bowen 
Mrs. Linda Greene 
Mrs. Dora Tanker sley 
Mr. Kenneth Helms 
Mrs. Faye Huskey 
Mr. Greer Allen 

PLAINS VIEW: 

Mrs. Lela Fortenberry 
Mrs. Willard Brittain 
Mrs. Alvin Taylor 

PLEASANT GROVE: 

Mr. Robert Grigg 

Mrs. Beuna Hamrick 

Mr. Clifford Hamrick (Deacon) 

Mrs. Daisy Wright 

Mr. Sherrill Hamrick 

Mr. D. P. Ledford 

Mrs. Marzona Falls 

Mr. Ola Strickland 

Mr. Vertis Williams 

PLEASANT HILL: 

Mrs. Lillie Thrift 
Mr. Elmer Barrett 
Mr. Wray Curry 
Mr. Hugh Dillingham 
Mrs. Josephine R. Putnam 
Mrs. Annie Lowery 
Mr. Bill Edmonson 

PLEASANT RIDGE: 

Mr. George Lookadoo 
Mr. Brady McSwain 
Mr. 0. C. McSwain 
Mrs. Yates Spangler 
Miss Sue Lovelace 

POLKVILLE: 

Mrs. Lula Blanton 
Mrs. Charlotte Edwards 
Mrs. Cora Greene 
Mr. Hugh Greene 
Mr. W. Y. Horn 
Mrs. Annie Thrift 



POPLAR SPRINGS: 

Mr. Plato Bridges (Deacon) 
Mr. A. T. Hamrick (Deacon) 
Mrs. Emma Wallace 
Mr. Brossie Hamrick (Deacon) 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: 

Mrs. Mattie Patterson 

ROSE GROVE: 

Mrs. W. V. Tarlton 

SANDY PLAINS: 

R. L. Whitesides 
Mrs. Mae Whisnant 

SHELBY FIRST: 

Miss Laura Cornwell 
Mrs. Hugh Toms 
Mrs. Roy F. Alexander 
Mr. Lee R. Hamrick 
Mrs. George Blanton 
Mrs. Lottie G. Ha-rill 
Mrs. Effie Grigg 
Mrs. E. F. McKinney 
Mr. E. G. Smith 
Mrs. M. H. Carpenter 
Mrs. R. H. Ledford 
Mr. Joseph E. Hamrick 
Mrs. Lee Cornwell 
Mrs. C. Austin McKinney 



SHELBY SECOND: 

Mrs. M. L. Patterson 
Mrs. Vertie Gilreath 
Mr. J. T. Jones 
Mrs. John Smith 
Mrs. Elton Stewart 
Mr. W. M. Grayson 
Mrs. L. J. Hollifield 

UNION: 

Mr. Dewey Webb 
Mrs. Minnie Gold 
Mr. G. Hampton Lovelace 

WACO: 

Mrs. Jane Huffstetler 

WESTVIEW: 

Mr. Bill Lilly 
Mr. P. F. Revels 
Mrs. Manuel Ross 

ZION: 

Mrs. Dan Gold 
Mrs. Henry Wellmon 
Mrs. Florence Lacky 
Mr. Laurel Hoyle 
Miss Sue Cabaniss 

ZOAR: 

Mrs. Alice Kent 
Mrs. Annie Ivie 
Mrs. Maude Francis 
Mrs. Abbie Williams 
Mr. Blanchard Jarrett 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Central Air-Conditioning of parsonage. Bought new grand 

piano for church. 
BEAVER DAM: Purchased a van for the church. 
BUFFALO: Homecoming: 75th anniversary. 
DOVER: Pastor, W. L. Pitts, resigned effective August 28, 1977. 
EASTSIDE: Burning of two notes: For church building and additional land. 
ELIZABETH: Renovation of sanctuary; purchased new Allen organ and Yamaha; 

grand piano for sanctuary. 
EMMANUEL: 

Retired church debt -- note burning held May 16, 1977. 
FAITH: Building house 

FALLSTON: Celebrated 75th anniversary Sept. 25, 1977. 
FLINT HILL: Started new church building June 1, 1977. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: Began puppet ministry. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Pastor sent by church for revivals in Jamaica and Haiti. 

Took part in county crusade. 
NEW BUFFALO: Added second bus to bus ministry. 
NEW HOPE: Concrete paved driveway at cemetery. 
OAK VIEW: Rev. N. S. Hardin served as Interim Pastor from November 1976 to 

May 1977. . . . t _ .... 

PATTERSON GROVE: Completely air conditioned educational building. 

Observed Pastor Appreciation Day to honor beginning of 15 years of service. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Called Rev. Harvey Beeler as pastor. Paid off church 

debt. Had note burning for sanctuary. 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: 8-7-77 called Mrs. Lynn Powell as part-time Minister ot 

Music. Summer of 77, installed central air-conditioning in parsonage. 
SANDY PLAINS: Added vestibule to present sanctuary. Complete renovation of 

sanctuary. Air-conditioned sanctuary, new carpet, refinished furniture. 
SHELBY SECOND: Had dedication service for new sanctuary, October 24, 1976. 
WALLACE GROVE: Installed awnings over doors. Installed guttering. Put 

down carpet in hall and on steps in basement. 
ZOAR: Renovation of second floor of educational building. Re-equipping of 

nursery. Calling of a Minister of Youth. 



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Constitution 

PREAMBLE 

We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Cleveland, 
State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do hereby purpose to 
establish and maintain the principles and rules of order of a district Association in 
conformity to the following plan: 

ARTICLE I NAME 

The name of this body shall be the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State and 
Southern Baptist Convention in the promotion of Christian Missions at home and 
abroad and in any other related objects such as evangelism, Christian Education, 
Benevolent enterprises, and social services, which it may deem proper and a 
desirable for the futherance of the Kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1: The association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches 
in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churche s desiring membership in the Association shall apply to the 
Membership Committee Application should include: 

1. Formal action by the group seeking admission reflecting that 75% of those 
voting expresses their intent to cooperate. 

2. A written statement reflecting their beliefs and practices. 

3. A written statement that expresses their intent to cooperate. 

4. A willingness to meet with Membership Committee to discuss other items of 
mutual interest to both parties. 

The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking its services 
and be willing to present a statement of Baptist belief and practice and what it 
means to cooperate with other churches in the Association in a world-wide mission 
program. If recommended by this committee and accepted by the Association, a 
mission or a church shall agree to come under the watchcare shall be entitled to all 
rights and priviledges of the Association except their members shall not hold 
office nor vote. 

Section 3: The Association shall be the sole judge of its membership and may 
receive churches, or reject churches, according to its constitution and by-laws. 
Member Churches may also withdraw as they desire, and if requested, the 
General Board may grant letters of recommendation to other like associations. 

ARTICLE IV MEETINGS 

Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October and continue until the business of the 
Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or General Board 
provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, two 
messengers to the meetings of the Association for each 50 members of the church, 
provided each church shall have not less than three nor more than ten 
messengers. These shall constitute the voting body of the Association. The 
names of messengers printed in the minutes shall include only those in attendance 
and registering at the Associational meeting. 



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ARTICLE V AUTHORITY 

Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its own affairs, 
and the Association has no authority over the churches except as provided in this 
Constitution in Article III, Section 2 and 3. 

ARTICLE VI OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTIONS 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, 
Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, Sunday School Director, Chairman 
of the Library Council, Baptist Youth for Christ Director, Youth and Family 
Services Director and Parliamentarian. 

Section 2: The officers shall be elected on the morning of the last day of the 
annual meeting for a term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted and 
nominated by the Committee on Nominations (By-Law, Section 6) except the 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, WMU Director and Brotherhood 
Director shall be nominated and contacted for acceptance by their respective 
organizations and presented by the Committee on Nominations with their report 
of nominees. Committee nominations shall not preclude nominations from the 
floor. 

Section 3: The newly elected Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, 
shall assume at the close of the annual session all duties incumbent upon them 
relating to the work of the ensuing associational year. All other officers shall 
assume all duties incumbent upon them relating to the work of the ensuing year 
on the following January 1. 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be 
ineligible for re-election for two years. 

ARTICLE VII TRUSTEES AND THEIR ELECTION 

There shall be three Trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, 
serving terms of three years each on a rotating basis. On Nomination by the 
Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the Annual 
Meeting, no trustee being eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of one 
year. The expiration date of each trustee's term of office shall appear by his name 
in the Associational Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII THE GENERAL BOARD 

The General Board shall be composed of all Associational officers (Article VI, 
Section 1), the Associational Director of Missions (ex officio without voting 
privileges), each active pastor, two members chosen by each member church from 
its membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and chairmen 
of all standing committees of the Association. The General Board shall have the 
authority to act for the Association between sessions, except as limited by the 
Constitution. General Board members are the connecting link between the 
Association and the churches. General Board members should represent the 
churches to the Association. General Board members should act as representa- 
tives for the Association to the churches. It is the responsibility of the General 
Board members to promote the programs, represent the needs and report to the 
churches concerning the work and ministry of the Association. General Board 
members should seek acceptable means of representing the Association to their 
respective fellowships. It shall be the duty of the General Board to meet quarterly 
and to make reports and recommendations to the Association in its annual 
meeting. 

The quarterly meetings will be in October, January, April, and July, on 
Monday after the third Sunday. 



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ARTICLE IX COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Association shall have the following standing committees, with 
their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through the 
following annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the annual meeting: 

( 1) Order of Business and Program Committee (By-Law IV, Section 1) 

( 2) Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

( 3) Evangelism Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

( 4) Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

( 5) Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

( 6) Nominating Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

( 7) Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

( 8) Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

( 9) Calendar Committee (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

(10) Resolutions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

(11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

(12) Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

(13) Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

(14) Youth and Family Services Committee (By-Law IV, Section 17) 

(15) Church Reconciliation Committee (By-Law IV, Section 18) 

(16) Missions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 19) 

(17) South Mountain Baptist Camp Committee (By-Law IV, Section 20) 

(18) Recreation a d Djama Committee (By-Law IV, Section 21) 

(19) Any other committee authorized by the Association. 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting, Committee on 
Committees, (By-Law IV, Section 14) 

Section 2: The following committee shall be appointed by the Moderator at 
least thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the annual meeting: 
( 1) Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16) 

ARTICLE X AMENDMENTS 
Amendments to this constitution may be made at any annual session of the 
Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members present. 
Proposed changes must be presented to the Association on the first day and voted 
upon by a standing vote of the Association on the last day. It is recommended that 
all proposed changes first be submitted to the Constitution Committee. 



By-Laws 



By-Law I PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's rules for 
conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes 
otherwise. 

By-Law II ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational Year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 

By-Law III DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1: The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the body according 
to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees and 
Committee on Enrollment. He shall be the Chairman of the General Board and be 
an ex officio (without voting privileges) members of all other committees. Upon 
completion of his term of office, the Moderator shall become a member-at-large 
(for two years) of the Missions Committee, Executive, and the General Board. 

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Section 2- The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure, 
of the Moderator, and shall be the Vice-Chairman of the General Board. 

Section 3- The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the member 
churches at least a month before the Association's annual meeting, distribute at 
the annual meeting copies of the digest of these reports, make an accurate record 
of the proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and distnbutmg of 
Minutes to the member churches, keep on file copies of Minutes, records and 
other documents of the Association, and shall also serve as Secretary of the 
General Board. He shall inform all members elected to office or appomted to serve 
on committees of such action. He shall receive and bank all funds of the 
Association in the name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions 
from the Association, its General Board, or as designated in the Budget (no money 
is to be disbursed which is not included in the budget except upon 
recommendation of the Finance Committee to the General Board of the 
Association in Annual Session); render an accurate report of receipts and 
disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give a report at 
each quarterly General Board meeting and keep books available and up-to-date for 

^^cTion 11 ^ The Auditor shall, at the close of the Association Year, make an 
audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association in session. 

Section 5- The Historian shaU collect and preserve historical data on the 
Association and its churches, and make a written report to each annual meeting of 
the Association. _. , 

Section 6- The Sunday School Director shall cooperate with the Director o? 
Missions in promoting the work of the Sunday School Department. This officer 
shall attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans to this 
committee that would promote this work. .. • 

The Associational Sunday School should assist church leaders to be more 
effective in their responsibility. This should include: 

1. Provide opportunities for fellowship and inspiration. 

2. Interpret the Sunday School program. 

3. Train Sunday School leaders. 

4 Consult with Sunday School leaders concerning their program 

5. Provide organization and leadership for cooperative work among the 

churches 

Section 7: The Church Training Department shall cooperate with the Director 
of Missions in promoting the work of the Church Training Department by the 
Executive Committee of the Association is carried out and that the on-gomg work 
of this department is maintained at all times. -',_■* ... 

Section 8- The Music Director shall provide leadership for the Association in 
session and when requested at other times during the year. This officer shall 
attend the Executive Committee meeting and offer creative plans to this 
Committee that would promote the work. He shall encourage music growth m the 
churches throughout the year and shall make a written report to the annual 

^Section 9: The Brotherhood Director shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in promoting the work of men and boys in the churches. The officer shall 
attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans to promote the 

development of men and boys and an awareness of world missipns_needs, 

Section 10: The Woman's Missionary Union Director serves on the Executive 
Committee of the Association and works with the Director of missions; leads the 
WMU Council; confers with other associational WMU officers and assists them in 
their work; leads in providing opportunities for leaders and members of church 
WMU's to have fellowship and receive inspiration concerning their mutual 



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missions task; leads in interpreting the WMU program to church leaders; leads in 
training church WMU workers and members; consults with church leaders 
concerning initiation of WMU work and the improvement of existing work; 
presides at and plans for associational meeting, leads in associational WMU annual 
planning; leads in discovering mission action needs and in coordinating the work 
being done; and reports progress of WMU work to the association and serves as 
contact between the association and state WMU. 

Section 11: The Chairman of the Library Council shall promote the beginning 
and maintenance of church libraries in the churches; provides training 
opportunities for church librarians; maintain and develop the associational 
library; attend the Executive Committee meetings; cooperate with the Director of 
Missions and make an annual report of the association at its annual session. 

Section 12: The Baptist Youth for Christ Director shall, under the supervision 
of the Director of Missions, guide and promote the youth activities of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association. Such activities may include: 

1. Youth Council sessions 

2. Bi-monthly sessions of Youth for Christ in local churches. 

3. A Kairos Crusade for Christ every 3 to 5 years. 

4. Mission Vacation Bible School and/or Backyard VBS. 

5. Sponsorship of a booth at Cleveland County Fair each October. Council, 
Director of Missions, and Executive Committee deems necessary to foster a 
positive Christian witness for Christ. 

Section 13: The Youth and Family Services Director shall work under the 
Director of Missions in fie building up of family life in the churches and in the 
community-at-Iarge. He shall give attention to troubled young people. His major 
work will be in relation to the county juvenile court in support of court counselors, 
youth and families. He shall enlist and supervise volunteer workers to support 
troubled youth and their families. 

Section 14: The Parliamentarian shall, at the annual meeting of the 
Association, rule on all questions of parliamentary procedure which shall arise 
during the sessions. The Parliamentarian shall serve as a resource person to the 
churches and shall, upon request, advise and assist the churches on matters of 
parliamentary procedure. 

Section 15: Vacancies occurring between annual sessions shall be filled by the 
General Board except the office of Moderator, in which case the Vice Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 

By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section 1: THE ORDER OF BUSINESS AND PROGRAM COMMITTEE shall 
be composed of three members and the Moderator, Clerk, and the Associational 
Music Director. It shall rotate the place of meeting among the groups of churches 
with the host church being determined by the group. It shall recommend the 
Preacher and the alternate for the annual sermon. It shall prepare a printed 
program for the Annual Meeting for the Association which shall be sent to all 
persons on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual 
meeting. It shall, on the opening day of the annual meeting of the Association, 
present the printed program for adoption and serve through the session when 
adjustments in the order of business become necessary. This Committee will be 
responsible for promoting the annual meeting through the various news media. 

Section 2: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

(1) Shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, 
Music Director, Sunday School Director, Church Training Director, Brotherhood 
Director, WMU Director, Baptist Youth for Christ Director, Youth and Family 
Services Director, President of Pastor's Conference, Chairman of Nominating 



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Committee, Chairman of Commits ^SSToSSSt S2 
Committee, Chairman of Membership Committee, Chairman 01 r in<mc 
tee, and Chairman of Evangelism. — 

(2) When without a Director of Missions, this Committee shall seek out and 
recommend to the Association, or its General Board, for election of a new Director 
of Missions according to By-Law VI, Section 11. r^„ a i 

(3) It shall administer all matters referred to it by the Association or Genera 
Board and act on routine or emergency matters between meetmgs of the General 
Board It shall initiate and recommend matters concerning busmess management, 
approve employment of all office personnel, deal with problems relating to 
personnel, and maintain adequate equipment for the office. It shall meet regularly 
not less than quarterly, but a quorum of seven by necessary to transact busmess. 

Section 3- THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, shall 
promote the work of Evangelism in the churches and the Association in 
cooperation with the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to 
be subject to the approval of the Association or its General Board. 

The Committee shall assume the responsibility for coordinating the radio 
ministry, Reveille for Revival, as a means of evangelizing the community. 
Churches shall be encouraged to contribute to this program through budgets. 

Section 4: THE FINANCE COMMITTEE, composed of three members, with 
the treasurer shall study the Association's financial needs of an adequate 
program, present a budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans 
for securing the cooperation of the churches raising funds to meet the budget, and 
make a written report to the annual meeting. 

The Committee shall be prepared to assist any church withm the association, 
upon request, with the stewardship programs offered by the Convention. 

The Committee shall express gratitude to the churches for their stewardship 
development that enables them to participate in local, home, and foreign missions 

Section 5: THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE, composed of 5 members, with 
the pastor of the candidate, Director of Missions, and/or deacons of the 
requesting churches, shall, when requested by a member church, assist with the 
examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

The Chairman shaU notify the candidate of the time, place, and procedure. 

The Committee shall ask the candidate to share his conversion experience, his 
call to the ministry, and question him in the area of his beliefs, convictions, and 
doctrine. 

The candidate may ask questions of the Committee members regarding any 
area of the ministry that concerns him. This Committee may counsel the 
candidate. . , , . 

It is suggested that the candidate be questioned at least two weeks prior to his 

ordination. . ,. , 

The Committee shall approve or disapprove the ordmation ol the candidate 
with written notice to the ordaining church. 

The Committee should secure an Ordination Certificate for the Candidate. 

The Chairman of the Ordination Council should report its activities to the 
General Board quarterly and provide a written report for the annual meeting. 

Section 6: THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, shall 
contact before and nominate on the last day of the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association according to Articles VI and VIII of the 
Constitution. This Committee, shall also, in cooperation with the nominating 
committee of various departments except the WMU and Brotherhood organiza- 
tions, recommend workers for these various departments. The officers and 
workers of these respective organizations shall be nominated by the organization 
themselves and submitted to the Nominating Committee. (Article VI, Section 1) 
It shall also nominate Associational Representatives for the various institutions 

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and agencies of our convention and members of the General Board of our Baptist 
State Convention. This Committee shall also assist the General Board in filling 
vacancies which occur between annual meetings of the Association. This 
Committee's nominations shall not be preclude other nominations from the floor. 

Section 7: THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE, composed of three members, 
shall be available to study changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make 
recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE, composed of 5 members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws. The Membership 
Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking its services and be willing to 
present a statement of Baptist faith and practice and what it means to cooperate 
with other churches in the Association in a world-wide mission program. The 
Membership Committee shall annually review all churches and missions under the 
watchcare of the Association and may present them for membership within the 
Association or that they continue under the watchcare. 

Section 9: THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of the following 
Associational officers: Sunday School Director, Church Training Director. WMU 
Director, Brotherhood Director, Music Director, and Vice Moderator as Chair- 
man. This committee shall work out as soon as possible each year an Associational 
Calendar for the coming year and present same to the General Board for 
Adoption. 

Section 10: THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE, composed of three members, 
shall draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation; plan and 
promote the work of tr e co nmittee in an annual planning meeting; and present 
resolutions of appreciation to individuals, organizations, and churches when there 
are events worthy of commendation. 

Section 11: THE HISTORICAL COMMITTEE shall be composed of the 
Historian as chairman and 6 other members. It shall be the duty of the historical 
committee to collect, compile, and preserve all materials of interest to the 
Association and member churches. It shall make its report at the Annual 
Association meeting. 

Section 12: THE SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE, composed of three 
members, shall publicize study courses and programs that are available; and shall 
plan, provide and promote Seminary Extension studies as they may be desired. 

Section 13: THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE, composed of 6 members, 
will give continual attention to the moral climate of the community and shall 
initiate necessary action to maintain and improve the climate. The committee 
shall commend those persons and institutions that uphold Christian virtue, and 
shall support the churches in the teaching of Christian personal and social 
righteousness. 

Section 14: THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES, composed of 5 members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 1;, and 
shall assist the General Board in filling vacancies on all standing committees 
occuring between sessions. This committee shall also name the Chairman of each 
committee. 

Section 15: THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE, composed of three 
members, shall receive of solicit invitations for the place or places of meetings for 
the next annual meeting of the Association, and shall recommend place or places. 
It shall also recommend the preacher and alternate for the annual sermon. 

Section 16: THE ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE shall prepare for and direct 
the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 

Section 17: THE YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES COMMITTEE, 
composed of 3 members, shall assist the Youth and Family Services Director in 
co-ordinating the work of Associational Youth and Family Services. 



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Section 18: THE CHURCH RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of the present Moderator, as chairman, two immediate past Moderators 
and two lay persons to be appointed annually by the above stated members. The 
chairman will report to the Executive Committee or the General Board the names 
of those lay persons appointed. This committee will be open to any person or 
persons of a member church seeking assistance with problems related to then- 
church. ■ . . . .. 

Section 19: THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be made up of the following 
members: The Director of Missions will be the chairman, without voting 
priviledges: Moderator; Vice-Moderator; Clerk-Treasurer; Finance Committee 
Chairman; Sunday School Director; Church Training Director; Brotherhood 
Director; WMU Director; and President of the Pastor's Conference. 

This committee is to be available as a sounding board, to support the Director 
of Missions as a person (as well as an officer in the association), provide feed-back 
concerning Associational programs and activities, conveying suggestions from the 
Association, and offering support in projecting programs to Executive Committee 
and/or General Board. The Missions Committee has no authority other than to 
make recommendations to the Executive Committee or the General Board. The 
Missions Committee may be called together at the discretion of the Chairman or 
determine its own meeting time and place. 

Section 20: THE SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP COMMITTEE shall promote 
the camp program in the Association, attend the annual meeting of the camp, and 
be aware of the needs and plans, cooperate with the Director of Missions. 

Section 21: THE RECREATION AND DRAMA COMMITTEE shall promote a 
program of Christian recreation and drama in the churches. The Committee shall 
regard recreation and drama as a means, not programs as a way to teach, a means 
of witnessing and an avenue of expressing the abundant Christian life, lne 
Recreation and Drama Committee shall be responsible to give assistance to any 
church that should request help in the area of recreation and drama. The 
Committee's responsibilities shall include fellowships, Senior Adults, Retreats, 
Crafts, Drama Workshops and other assignments of the Association if asked. The 
chairman of the Recreation and Drama Committee shall plan with the Director of 
Missions and give a report of the Committee's activities at the General Board 
quarterly meetings. 

Section 22: Members of all these committees, except those appointed by the 
moderator, shall be elected to serve not more than three years on a rotating basis. 

By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, money, 
endowment, or other securities of said Association, and they shall handle all legal 
matters of the Association under the direction of the Association or its General 
Board. 

By-Law VI DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Section 1: His selection shall be upon the recommendation of the Executive 
Committee and on vote by the Association at its annual meeting, or between 
sessions of the Associations, by its General Board. His time of office shall continue 
until terminated by mutual consent or request of either party. He shall be a 
member of all committees and organizations of the Association in a serving and 
advisory capacity. 

By-Law VII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the annual 
meeting by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 



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By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and closed 
with prayer. 

Section 2: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the Association 
shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 

Section 3: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject except 
by permission of the Association. 

Section 4: Messengers present from half the churches shall constitute a 
quorum. 

Section 5: Unless the Association decides otherwise, annual Sessions shall be 
held on a rotating basis with a church or churches in each of the six Associational 
Groups as follows: Polkville, Lattimore, Shelby, Kings Mountain, Grover, and 
Waco. 

By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist and Message as revised and adopted by the Southern Baptist 
Convention on May 9, 1963. 



PROCEEDINGS 

POLKVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

October 18-19, 1977 

Tuesday Afternoon 

1. Mrs. Helen Bradley presented organ music as messengers and visitors 
gathered in Polkville Baptist Church for the 127th Annual Session of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association. 

2. Mr. William McDaniel, Moderator, called the meeting to order at 3:30 P.M. 

3. Reverend Allen Jolley, minister of music of First Baptist Church, Kings 
Mountain, led the congregation in singing "Blessed Be the Name" accompanied at 
the piano by Mrs. Helen Bradley. 

4. Moderator McDaniel paid tribute to Reverend L. D. Scruggs, Chairman of 
the Order of Business Committee, who has passed away on Sunday and the 
funeral service has been held at 11:00 A. M. today. 

5. Reverend Jerry King, pastor of Westview Baptist Church read the 
scripture - reading a passage from Ephesians and Hebrews. 

6. Reverend Woodrow Wall, pastor of Sandy Plains Baptist Church, led the 
opening prayer. 

7. Reverend Don Farrow, for the Order of Business Committee moved the 
adoption of the printed program, along with two changes and any other changes as 
may be necessary, as the Order of Business for this 127th Annual Session of the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association. There was a second motion carried. 

8. Moderator McDaniel appointed the Committee on Committees: Mrs. 
Dwight Ledbetter, Chairman; Miss Delores White, Reverend Marion Adams, Mr. 
T. S. Putnam and Reverend Woodrow Wall. 

9. Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer, gave the report for the General 
Board. He moved the adoption of his report. There was a second and the motion 
carried. A copy of this report is found elsewhere in the volume. 

10. Reverend Charles Freeman, Chairman of the Nominating Committee, 
brought the report for that committee. He has passed out mimeographed copies 
of this report. He moved its adoption. There was a second and it carried. 



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11. Joseph Cabaniss reported 257 messengers and 34 non-messengers for a 

total of 301 present. .-,•...„■,-»> ^ • o 

12 Reverend T. A. Lineberger spoke in behalf of South Mountain Lamp. 

13 Reverend Clyde Bearden, pastor of First Baptist Church Kings 
Mountain, and chairman of the Search Committee for a Christian Social Ministries 
Director, gave a report from that committee. A copy of this report is found 
elsewhere in this volume. 

14 Reverend Fred Mauney, pastor of Elizabeth Baptist Church and 
Chairman of the Membership Committee, brought the following recommenda- 
tions- That we accept Northside Baptist Church into full fellowship of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association, Northside having been under the watchcare of the 
association for two years. A further recommendation is that the Christian 
Freedom Baptist Church be received under the watchcare of the association and 
that they be encouraged to continue to avail themselves of such guidance, counsel, 
and other services as the Membership Committee may be able to render. He 
moved the adoption of his report. There was a second and it carried. 

15. Reverend Fred Mauney reported on Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
churches' support of the new Baptist Home for the Aged in Asheville. 

16. Reverend Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing two hymns: "Jesus 
Is Lord of All" and "The Old Rugged Cross". 

17. These organization reports were given: 

Sunday School - Reverend Royce Ballew, pastor of Waco Baptist Church 
Church Training - Reverend Broadus Heatherly, pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist 

Church. Each moved the adoption of his report. These report are found 

elsewhere in this volume. 

18. Moderator Bill McDaniel welcomed these new ministers and their wives: 
Reverend and Mrs. Oliver Price, Double Shoals; Reverend Jesse Yarbrough, 
Northside; Reverend Woodrow Wall, Sandy Plains; Reverend and Mrs. Royce 
Ballew, Waco; Reverend and Mrs. William J. Lockaby, Shelby Second; Reverend 
and Mrs. Jerry King, Westview; Reverend Ralph Lail, Buffalo; Reverend Harvey 
Beeler, Patterson Springs; Reverend Don Ledbetter, New Bethel, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Bruce Harless,' minister of youth and education at Westview. 

19. Reverend Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing the hymn "Love 
Lifted Me." 

20. A medley of songs were sung by a quartet composed of: Allen Jolley, 
Minister of Music at Kings Mountain First; Eddie Rackley, Minister of Music at 
Shelby First; Frank Stroup, Minister of Music at Elizabeth; and Vernon Frank, 
Minister of Music at Bethlehem. They were accompanied by 

21. Reverend Cline Borders, Director of Missions, introduced Dr. Doug Cole, 
Director of the Department of Christian Family Life of the North Carolina Baptist 
State Convention, who brought a message on "Bold Mission Thrust." 

22. The Moderator recognized Reverend Alton Martin, pastor of the host 
church, who gave directions for the evening meal. 

23. Tteverend T3. 0. Greene, pastor of Norman's Grove Baptist Church, gave 
the benediction with thanks for the evening meal. 

TUESDAY EVENING 

24. Reverend Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "I Am Thine, 
Lord" accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Helen Bradley. 

25. Reverend Jesse Yarbrough, pastor of Northside Baptist Church, led the 
opening prayer. 

26. Reverend Earl Redding, pastor of Love Valley Baptist Church read the 
scripture. 

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27 Dr. Wyan Washburn gave the Historian's Report. That report is found 
elsewhere in this volume. 

28. Mr. William B. McDaniel gave the Moderator's Message using the subject- 
"What does Kings Mountain Baptist Association mean to you?" 

29. Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Associational R. A. Leader, spoke on R. A. work in 
the association. He announced several significant dates for R. A. Leaders and 
boys. 

30. Reverend Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing the hymn "Down at 
the Cross." 

31. Reverend Cline Borders brought the Director of Missions' Report 
expressing appreciation for being able to share in the ministry of the pastors of 
the association, for volunteer help rendered the association, and for the financial 
support by the churches. He gave statistics for the past seventy-five years citing 
the need for more new churches in Cleveland County. 

32. During the Moderator's Time Mr. Bill McDaniel recognized J. Y. Roper 
for having attended sessions of the Kings Mountain Association for 36 years and 
Mrs. G, G. Rollins as attending for 39 years consecutively and having missed only 
one session for 43 years. Mr. McDaniel recognized Reverend Earl Redding as 
having served Love Valley Baptist Church for 33 years as pastor. Mr. Redding 
had baptized more than 70 people during this time. Mrs. Ollie VanDyke, the first 
person whom Mr. Redding baptized, was present. 

33. Moderator asked the Vice-Moderator to preside. 

34. Miss Debbie Whisnant reported on her work as Summer Youth Worker for 
the Kings Mountain Association. 

35. Reverend Woodrow Wall, pastor of Sandy Plains Baptist Church 
rendered special music "When Jesus Comes" accompanied by Mrs. Helen 
Bradley at the piano. 

36. Reverend C. A. Kirby, Jr., pastor of Double Springs Baptist Church 
brought an inspirational message on the subject "A Time for Boldness." He used 
as a basis for his message Acts 4:13, 29, and 31, and Hebrews 4:16. 

WEDNESDAY MORNING 

37. Miss Delores White at the organ and Mrs. Helen Bradley at the piano 
accompanied Mr. Frank Stroup, minister of music of Elizabeth Baptist Church, as 
he led the congregation in singing "How Great Thou Art." 

38. Reverend Oliver Price, pastor of Double Shoals Baptist Church, read the 
Scripture. 

39. Reverend Don Ledbetter, pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church, led the 
opening prayer. 

40. The following organization reports were given: 
Brotherhood - Mr. A. L. Hardin 

W.M.U. - Mrs. Durham Ledbetter had submitted her report and Joe 

Cabaniss read it in her absence. 
Music - Reverend Allen Jolley 
Each moved the adoption of the report. These reports are found elsewhere. 

41. Moderator recognized Mr. Carlos Young who anounced Mental Health 
Sabbath/Sunday November 6. 

42. Reverend Cline Borders announced a "Priorities Workshop" for pastors 
November 22 at Elizabeth Baptist Church. Mr. Borders also announced the 
meeting of the North Carolina Baptist State Convention meeting in Charlotte 
Coliseum November 14-16. He announced that there will be an appointment 
service for Foreign Missionaries on Nov. 15 during the State Convention meeting. 

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43. Moderator McDaniel asked Mr. Carlos Young, immediate past Moderator, 
to preside during the election of officers. Reverend Clyde Bearden nominated Bill 
McDaniel. Reverend C. A. Kirby moved that nominations close and elect by 
acclamation. There was second and it carried. Mr. McDaniel was elected. 

Reverend C. A. Kirby nominated Dan Jolley. Reverend Marion Adams moved 
that nominations cease and elect by acclamation. There was a second and the 
motion carried, electing Dan Jolly Vice-Moderator. Reverend C. 0. Greene made 
a motion that Joseph Cabaniss be re-elected as Clerk-Treasurer. There was a 
second and the motion carried, electing Joseph Cabaniss Clerk -Treasurer. 

44. Mr. Joe Cabaniss reported 334 messengers, 62 non-messengers, and 2 
visitors last night with an estimate of 250 this morning - 29 new messengers and 6 
non-messengers. 

45. Reverend Don Farrow read the Committee on Committees report m the 
absence of Reverend Eugene Land. That report is found elsewhere. He moved its 
adoption. There was a second and it carried. 

46. Reverend Alton Martin, pastor of Polkville Baptist Church and Chairman 
of the Evangelism Committee, gave the report for that committee and moved its 
adoption. There was a second and it carried. 

47. Mr. Frank Stroup, minister of music at Elizabeth Baptist Church, led the 
congregation in singing "How Firm a Foundation." 

48. Reverend Cline Corders announced that Mull's Memorial Baptist Church 
was the first church to get their letter in this year. Most of the others are now in. 

49. Reverend Cline Borders introduced Dr. Craven Williams, president of 
Gardner-Webb College, to give the report on Gardner- Webb. In his report Dr. 
Williams said that the college is 'dealing in futures' and answering questions kids 
have asked for years. 

50. In the absence of Mrs. Cecil Murray, Reverend Royce Ballew gave the 
Resolutions Committee report. He moved its adoption. There was a second and it 
carried. That report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

51. Reverend Paul Home gave the Memorials Report. He reported 189 
individuals, 14 deacons, and 2 ministers have died since our last meeting. A 
complete report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

52. Moderator Bill McDaniel announced that Reverend J. C. Goare's sister 
had died today. 

53. Mr. Isaac Tyrrel brought greetings from the Children's Homes. 

54. Special music was presented by Miss Brenda McCraw, a member of 
Elizabeth Baptist Church. 

55. Reverend Allen Jolley introduced Reverend W. T. Furr, pastor of the 
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Elkin, who brought a inspirational message. 

56. Mr. Bill McDaniel thanked everyone who helped make this session a 
success and asked for announcements. Reverend C. A. Kirby, Jr., pastor of 
Double Springs Baptist Church, made a motion that we dedicate our 1977 Minutes 
to Reverend L. D. Scruggs, who was buried today. There were several seconds, 
and the motion carried. 

57. Reverend Kenneth Walters, pastor of Union Baptist Church, led the 
closing prayer. 



REPORT OF THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN RAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

AUDITOR 

Hamrick and Redding Shelby 

CHAIRMAN OF LIBRARY COUNCIL 

Miss Bonnie Price Boiling Springs 

YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES 

Mrs, Diane Ledbetter Lawndale 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 

HISTORIAN 

Dr. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

TRUSTEE 

Mr, George Hamrick, (1980) Shelby 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 

Mr. Allen Jolley Kings Mountain 

ORGANIST 

Mrs. E. T. Bailey Shelby 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Shelby 

New Member Orientation Rev. Robert Trexler, Boiling Springs 

Adult Leader Rev. Ed Sessom, Boiling Springs 

Leadership Training ... Rev. Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Music Director Mr. Ken Brooks, Shelby 

Pianist Mrs. Diane Brooks, Shelby 

Pre-School Leader Mrs. June Sorrells, Grover 

Children's Leader Mrs. Dennie Theis, Shelby 

Youth Leadership Mr. Barry Padgett, Boiling Springs 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Mr. Willard Boyles, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Director Mr. Ken Crawley, Shelby 

Baptist Men's Director Joe Hamrick 

Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Jennings Brooks, Shelby 

R. A. Leader Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

Committee Mr. Gary Stout, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 

Mr. Jimmy Hines, Shelby 

Mr. Tommy McCoy, Shelby 

Mr. Barry Greene, Shelby 



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SU ??^n SCHd0L Rev. RoyceBallew, Waco 

Sr improvement Director Dr. Alice Cuffinan, BoIHng Sprfogs 

breach Doctor. Rev. Roy ce Bruce I^bon, FaUston 

VBS Director Frank Stroup, Shelby 

Homebound Activities Director Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: . 

Cradle Roll Mrs- MikeHoyle, Kings Mountain 

MSlS Mrs. AlWaters, Jr., Shelby 

riiiMrPfi #1 Mrs - Larr y Morrison, Shelby 

ChE #2 ■:.■.;:."..■. Mrs. Pat St. Charles Latttaore 

Ynll th Mr. Bruce Harless, Shelby 

Adults' '.'. .'.'.';.'.'.'.''.".''.' Rev. Paul Sorrells, Grover 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Chilren's Homes Mrs. Eugene Vinesett, Boiling Springs 

Home for the Aging •■ • • -^. WatterDavis^ Shelby 

Baptist Hospital Dr. D F Hord, Kmgs Mountam 

Baptist Colleges Rev. Bob Abrams, Boiling ^Springs 

Annuity Board .Rev. Paul Horne I^gs Mountam 

Christian Literature Mr A L. Hardm, She by 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 

TELEPHONE CONTACT COMMITTEE 

Grover Mrs. Toy Gngg 

KingsMountain -Miss DeloresWhite 

Lattimore M^J.Wyatt Martin 

PolkviUe *P S - T Mm ^ ^ et ^ S 

ou„iu v Mrs. Jean McSwam 

WaV. ■".'.'.'.'." Mrs. W.C.Wright 

W M U 

' Director Mrs - George Hamrick, Shelby 

Assistant Director • ■ ■ Mrs David Lucas, Shelby 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Archie Chapman, Lawndale 

Baptist Young Women Director Miss Donnie Spears, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Joe Costner, Lawndale 

Acteens Director ■ Mrs. Don Ledbetter, Lawndale 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. David Ledbetter, Shelby 

GA Director Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Assistant G A Director Mrs. Bobby Lail, Boning Spring 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Shelby 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Leonard Allen, Boiling Sprmgs 

Assistant Mission Support Chairman Mrs. George Rogers, Shelby 

Secretary -Treasurer Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Boiling Sprmgs 



REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 

We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
maintained by Joseph E. Cabaniss for the year ending September 30, 1977. 

The examination consist of tracing all recorded cash receipts to the bank 
statements and of verifying disbursements on a test basis of examination of 
invoice and canceled checks. 

In our opinion the statements of receipts and disbursements as shown in the 
report found elsewhere in the volume presents fairly the financial transactions of 
the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for the year ending September 30, 1977. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rylan Redding, Auditor 



TRUSTEES REPORT 

The Trustees of Kings Mountain Baptist Association did not transact any 
business during the past year, and therefore we have nothing to report. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. A. West 



SEARCH COMMITTEE REPORT 

Just over one year ago, the General Board of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association voted to employ an associate who will serve as Director of Christian 
Social Ministries. In keeping with that decision, Moderator Carlos Young 
appointed a Search Committee with W. Clyde Bearden as Chairman. Other 
members of the committee are Mrs. John Berry Hamrick, Vice-Chairman, Rev. 
Charley Sandifer, Secretary, Mr. Norman Bud Talley, Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, 
Rev. L. D. Scruggs, Rev. Russell Fitts, And Rev. C. A. Kirby, Jr. Rev. Cline 
Borders, our Director of Missions, was invited by the committee to meet with us, 
and he has been of great help. 

_. The first responsibility of the committee was that of writing a job description 
and a policy statement. This task was completed, however, while writing the job 
description, the committee began to see the advantages and wisdom of an 
association with the City and Metropolitan Missions Department of the Baptist 
State Convention, and the Home Missions Board. After consultation with Dr. 
Ernest Upchurch, who represents both of these boards, the committee asked the 
General Board, meeting in regular session at the Polkville Church, January 17, 
1977, for permission to negotiate an agreement with these two boards. 
Permission was granted, and the committee began to work in this direction. 

A Job Description and Guidelines for Agreements for Christian Social 
Ministries were written, in keeping with the requirements of the Home Mission 
Board, and presented to the General Board in its regular meeting at the Zoar 
Church, April 18, 1977. After thorough discussion, the General Board 
unanimously adopted both documents. 

Since that time the committee has given careful and prayful consideration to 
the thirty-seven applications we have received. We have tried to establish an 
order of priority for our investigation, and at present, we are conducting an 
intensified investigation of one of the applicants. 



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The committee will make a recommendation to the General Board just as soon 
as we have found the person we believe to be God's man for the position. This is 
what we believe you have asked us to do, and not just fill a position. 

Your Search Committee has met regularly, and has worked faithfully and 
prayerfully, and we sincerely invite your continued interest, help, and prayers. 
We earnestly seek God's blessings on all our search and investigation, that His 
guiding hand will be upon the work when it is begun. 



Respectfully submitted, 

W. Clyde Bearden, Chairman 



REPORT OF SUMMER WORKER 

It is always exciting for me to sit back and hear of the many activities going 
on in our association and to know that I'm a small part of such an energetic, 
dedicated, enthusiastic and outgoing team. 

I hope tonight as we recapture the highlights of my summer work that you 
won't feel it's something Debbie has done, but rather something that you've been 
a very vital part of. Before I begin, let me assure you I've made many mistakes, 
but I feel God used these mistakes to help me and give me new direction. For 
those of you who may not be familiar with my work, I would briefly like to share 
with you the job description which guided the committee to calling me as your 
summer worker two summers ago. 

1. To call attention to and stimulate the use of puppets in worship and 
tp3.chin2" 

2. To offer a day camping experience to the churches in the association. 

3. To begin as many Backyard Bible Clubs as possible. 

4. To offer a variety of worship services to the Kings Mountain State Park. 

In fulfilling this job description it was a joy for me to visit in 42 churches across 
our "association. As I visited these churches I was constantly reminded of the 
words of a familiar song. "Give of the best to your Master, Give Him first place m 
your heart. Give Him first place in your service, Consecrate every part. Give and 
to you shall be given; God His beloved Son gave; Gratefully seeking to serve Him, 
Give him the best that you have." These words printed on an index card and 
attached to my dash panel kept me reminded of my purpose in visiting these 
churches. As I introduced them to these new ministries I was also to encourage 
them to use their talent and resources that they might gratefully serve Him; and 
that as they gave of their very best to these ministries as well as to other church 
activities they would see growth in their church and community as well as in their 
mission outreach. The words also said, "Give and to you shall be given" and I 
believe because many of you gave of yourselves— your time, energy and 
talent-God so graciously gave back to us by allowing us to have: 

21 successful Backyard Bible Clubs 

18 Day camps 

14 Kings Mountain State Park Programs 

13 churches involved in a Puppet Ministry. 

Tonight I would like for us to look at each of these areas in a little more detail; 

a. Of the 21 Backyard Bible Clubs held, 15 different churches were involved in 

conducting the clubs which varied in length from one night to one week. The 



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average attendance ranged from 10-13 persons. We had 4 Backyard Bible Clubs 
conducted by mission organizations of various churches which they held in black 
or economically deprived neighborhoods where the children seldom attended 
church and knew very little of Jesus Christ. Including these children 
approximately 250 children were reached through Backyard Bible Clubs this past 



summer. 



b. Of the 18 Day Camps held, 13 churches were involved in conducting these. 
The majority of day camps held ran for 3 days with attendance ranging anywhere 
from 15-100 children. 

A highlight of the day camping program was the one held at the Boy's Club. 
This program met once a week for five meetings reaching 100 boys per meeting. 
Through the entire Day Camping Program approximately 650 children were 
exposed to learning about God through nature. 

c. The Kings Mountain State Park Program was a big success this summer. 
We held 14 Saturday evening programs with the attendance ranging from a low of 
85 to a high of 250. The park programs became something the campers looked 
forward to and I received so many complimentary remarks about the programs 
there. I'd like to share with you 2 letters that I received concerning how the 
campers felt about the programs. 

This first letter I received after my Pre-school Choir sang-my children call me 
Miss Debbie;" this particular lady overheard them and she addressed my letter: 

Dear Miss Debbie, 

I just wanted to let you know what an inspiration the program was to me on 
Saturday evening. I'm sure God was in our Midst for He touched my heart even 
through the simplicity of those little children. May you know of my prayers for 
you and may God bless you in your summer work. 

Love and Best Wishes, 
Mrs. Ruby Neason 
Columbia, S. C. --age 69 

This second letter I received after a Youth Choir had presented a musical 
program: 

Dear Debbie, 

Please express my appreciation to the group in charge of the program on 
Saturday evening. It was a very relaxing program but spiritually uplifting for me. 
I m glad there are still young people who are willing to share God's love with 
others. Remember us in your prayers as we travel and we look forward to visiting 
the campground and attending your program the weekend of August 19. Take 
care-see you then. 

Sincerely, 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harrison 

Elizabethton, Tennessee 



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I had the privilege of meeting not only this couple and this elderly lady but 
many others who shared with us in these worship experiences. 

One of the most fruitful ministries we had this summer was our puppet 
ministry We started the summer off with only 3 churches with an active puppet 
ministry and we now have 7 in our area with 5 others in the process of introducing 
this ministry to their people. In order to help these churches enrich their puppet 
ministries, we formed an association^ puppet team. This group, composed of 14 
young dedicated people, representing 7 different churches, worked up the 
Production, "Musical Stories for Puppets and People." They presented this 
production 3 times and had many invitations which we had to turn down. 1 was 
extremely pleased with the work that they did. I think all who have had any 
dealings with puppets have found them to be a unique way of preaching and 
teaching- and have proven them to be a great asset for many churches. 

I feel the summer has been a rich and rewarding one. Words cannot express or 
describe to you what being your summer youth worker has meant to me. I thank 
God for the privilege as well the opportunity that was mine in serving you. May 
you know there's a special place in my heart for each of you and that I m praying 
for you and your church. 

In closing I'd like to leave with you a short story that was shared with me while 
visiting one of our churches. This story again reminded me I was to give God my 
very best, not only in my job but in every area of my life. 

"One morning a Hindu mother went out to the banks of the Ganges, leading by 
either hand her two children. A missionary saw her going to the banks of the 
river and he knew why she was going there. He looked into her eyes with aU the 
pleading of fatherhood and tried to persuade her not to do it-not to give up one of 
these little children. Then he looked at the faces of the two children. One of them 
was as perfect a baby as any mother ever held close to her heart; the other was 
lame and blind. But he knew he could not persuade that woman to break from the 
thought of centuries in a single hour's pleading. He came back to the spot and saw 
the mother still standing by the river bank, her heart breaking! One cMd was 
missing. As the missionary drew near he discovered that the perfect chiM was 
gone; the mother had kept the little blind and lame one for herself. As he looked 
into the eyes of that mother, he said to her 'Woman, if you had to give one up, why 
didn't you give this little lame and blind one and keep the perfect one for yourself? 
She said '0 Sir, I do not know what kind of God you have in America, but I know 
that here in India our god expects us to give him our very best. 

Tonight my prayer and my challenge to each of you is to give Him your very 
best! 

Debbie Whisnant 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Since the Sunday School Director is new in the Kings Mountain Association he 
is unable to report on the Sunday School activities in the association for the year 
1976-77. Instead, plans for this current year will be given: 

1. High Attendance Sunday: October 30. 

2. An equipping conference will be presented November 7 and 8 at First 
Baptist Church in Shelby in co-operation with the Training Union Department. 
The emphasis for the Sunday School portion will be "How to-." A new conference 
will be "Ministering to Single Adults." 

3. Later in the year there will be a "Bold Mission Bible Conference dealing 
with the Biblical basis of our Bold Mission Thrust. 

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4. In the fall there will be a Curriculm Fair to explore the literature available 
from our Sunday School Board. 

Special attention will be given to the needs of the small church and to the 
developing of a talent pool within our association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Royce Ballew 



CHURCH TRAINING 

The Church Training Department of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association is 
constantly aware that we exist to serve the churches in our Association. 
Therefore, we strive to keep our threefold purpose in mind. 

New Member Training 

Church Member Training 

Leadership Training 

During 1977 we have help council meeting to review our work and to make 
plans for our work now and on a long range basis. We have completed plans for 
our work through December and have some plans for our work for 1978. 

We wish to convey to J he churches that in addition to any thing we offer on an 
associational basis that we stand ready to assist you as an individual church also. 
We could come as a group or an individual department leader will come. This 
must be at your invitation. 

On The Calendar 

November 7 and 8: Association Equipping conference held at First Baptist 
Church in Shelby. This is in cooperation with the Associational Sunday School 
department-. 

November 17: Banquet for International Students and M.K.'s at Gardner- Webb 
College. The purpose of this banquet is to give the members of our churches an 
opportunity to meet these students and to offer friendship to them. The students 
will be guest of our people. 

November 28: M-Night 1977 at Elizabeth Baptist Church. Dr. Delos Miles, 
Director of Evangelism for S.C. Baptist State Convention will be our speaker. 



1978: Associational Leader Lab. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Broadus Heatherly 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

Our WMU had a good year with our emphasis: "Teaching Missions and 
Minding the Future." These included teaching missions and promoting the junior 
organizations of our association. 

In the fall the Baptist World Day of Prayer was held at Bethel Baptist Church, 
Boiling Springs; Second Baptist Church, Shelby; Buffalo Baptist Church and 
Lawndale Baptist Church. 

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A WMU Leadership Conference was held at Beaver Dam Baptist Church in the 

Throughout the year special activities were planned by the Acteens, G.A.'s 
and Mission Friends with a great number of groups as well as leaders 
participating. The Baptist Young Women had some very special meetmgs and 
formed an Association^ Council for BYW. 

AUhe Annual Spring Meeting held at Macedonia Baptist Church, lfoJM 
Gilbreath, President of North Carolina WMU, was guest speaker. Son Company 
of Kines Mountain presented the special music. ^ _ 

In February a Baptist Women's Mission Fair was held at Bethlehem Baptist 
Church called a "Tasting and Seeing of Missions." Both Home and Foreign 
Missions were included, and each group of churches participated. Mr. Bob 
Causbv a Shelbian who served as a Missionary Journeyman in Liberia, was 
present and displayed artifacts from that country. Two students from 
Kner-Webb, one from Africa and the other from Jordan were present m native 
dress Mrs. Jean Thompson, a missionary to Argentina was also present and 
shared in the Fair. Speaker for the Fair was Rev. Cline Borders, Director of 

S The S WMU Council went to Ridgecrest for training and inspiration and in 
preparation for the Leadership Worship September 16. 

A new office this year is Mission Support Chairman. 

A Prayer Retreat Seminar was held in May at New Prospect Baptist Church, 
led by the Associate Director of the association, Mrs. Shirley Hord. 

We hope that promotion of special offerings, weeks of prayer, Focus Week and 
our Leadership Training Conference will continue. Our WMU News mailout is the 
way we have of keeping in touch with the churches and their pastors. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Durham Ledbetter 
WMU Director 

OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. George Hamrick, Shelby First Baptist 

St Director':::.:. ^ • • • Mrs- David Lucas, Ross .Grove 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Beaver Dam 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Archie Chapman Carpenters Grove 

Baptist Young Women Director Miss Donme Spears, Macedonia 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director . . Mrs. Joe Costner Jr. Pleasant Grove 

Acteens Director • Mrs. Don Ledbetter , NewBe thel 

Assistant Acteens Director ■ ....... Mn. David Ledbetter 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Larry ^Morrison Lawndale 

Assistant Girls in Action Director .,.••,.. Mrs Bobby Lad .Flint HiU 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Thomas McCoy Lily Memorial 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Leonard Men Briuu Springs 

tt s rr Mssion ^!^:::::::. !HEffi3ffl3^^ 

MUSIC REPORT 

"Serve the Lord with gladness, come before His Presence with singing." As 

service. j. 



During the past year several opportunities for training were offered: May 9 
and Adult Choir leaders Reading session met at Elizabeth Church; on May 16 
Youth Choir leaders jjathered at First Baptist Church in Shelby to participate in a 
clinic led by Eddie Rackley, Minister of Music at Shelby First Baptist; on August 
16 at Elizabeth Baptist Church Children's Music leaders met for a clinic led by 
Frank Stroup, Minister of Music Elizabeth. 

More churches are seeing the importance of beginning young with musical 
instruction, and are organizing groups beginning in the pre-school ages. 

Study guides and helps are available to aid those in positions of leadership in 
the churches. Help can be secured from both the association and Baptist State 
Convention. For special needs please contact the Association^ Office and help 
will be supplied when possible. 

Remember that it is our privilege to raise our voices in song as we praise God 
for His goodness to us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. Allen Jolley 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT 

Your Committee on Membership, after working with and giving guidance to 
the Northside Church r or two years, recommends that we grant the request of 
this congregation to mcvt fron. watchcare status to full membership. 

A further recommendation, after hearing the request of the Christian 
Freedom Baptist Church, is that this fellowship be received under watchcare of 
the association and that they be encouraged to continue to avail themselves of 
such guidance, counsel, and other services, as the membership committee may be 
able to render. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred A. Mauney, Chairman 
Bruce Rabon, Dan Wallace 
Ansel Center, Neiman Kell 



RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Be it resolved that we, the messengers to this the 127th annual meeting to the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

Express our appreciation to the host church, Polkville Baptist Church of 
Polkville, to the pastor and staff members and to all members of the church who so 
graciously welcomed and received us as we used their church facilities; 

Express appreciation for the bountiful meal to churches: Carpenter's Grove; 
Casar, Community, Doubel Shoals, Elliot Memorial, Fallston, Lawndale, New 
Bethel, Norman's Grove, Plains Veiw, Polkville, Union, and Zion; 

Express our thanks to the order of Business Committee: Rev. L. D. Scruggs, 
Chairman (deceased), and Rev. Donald Farrior, for a program of inspiration and 
information; to those within the Kings Mountain Baptist Association serving on 
the program; and to Rev. Doug Cole and Rev. W. f. Furr for their sharing with us 
during this event; 

Commend Moderator William McDaniel and Vice Moderator Dan Jolley for 
their efficiency in guiding us through this session, and to Clerk Joseph Cabaniss 
for his accurate recording the proceedings; 

Acknowledge the good work of all officers and committees who served during 
the past year, and covenant to pray for and work with those elected for the new 
year; ^ 



Express appreciation to the Director of Missions, Cline Borders for his 
leadership, guidance, vision, patience, and wisdom during the year and to Mrs. 
Thomas Petty for her work and help to all who call upon her; 
Th And belt resolved that we "of the Kings Mountain ^st As^on 
continue enthusiastically to participate in the BOLD MISSION ™RUST 
program of the Home Mission Board in the evangelizing and congregationalizmg 
effort which is, reaching every person within the United States with the Gospel 



message. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Cecil Murray 
Mrs. Hubert Dixon 



MEMORIALS 

As we pause from our busy schedule to honor -those .called home from , work m 
our churches, I would like to read a verse of scripture. Rev 14:13, And I heard a 
voice from heaven saying unto me, write, Blessed are the dead which die ui the 
Lord from henceforth; yea saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors, 
and their works do follow them." # . p , 

I read somewhere recently that a minister touring the great bt. Faui 
Cathederal in England was told, "If you would see the continuing life ot bir 
Christopher Wrenn, just look around you." We know it took almost all his life to 
build that great structure. So I would say today, if we would see the continuing 
life of these 2 Preachers, 14 Deacons, and 199 beloved members who rest now 
from their labors, just look around you. Their loyality labors and prayers are in 
evidence in all the churches. All of us would be infmately poorer but for them As 
the inspired writer to the Hebrews said of Abel, "They being dead, yet speak. 
They speak to our hearts today of the love and joy of fellowship in our churches, 
association and conventions. I am almost certain by reading Heb. 12:1 that from 
the bleachers of the City of God they would be cheering us on in our efforts to 
obey the Spirit as they rest and we carry on the work so dear to their hearts and 
to the heart of our Precious Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
B. Paul Home 

GENERAL BOARD REPORT 

Four regular quarterly meetings of the General Board were held during the 
past church year. Our meetings were held on Monday evenings after the third 
Sunday, the months of October, January, April, and July. Our evening meetings 
were a departure from previous years when meetings were held on Monday 

"Xfo^urm^gs was well attended, Our programs were §4**"^ 
informative. Our church host for the meetings were: October - David, January 
Polkville- April - Zoar; July - Pleasant Ridge. 

Various reports of committees were received, in addition to routine matters 
Major items of information and recommendations were approved by the General 
Board. Some of the Items were: 

(1) Approved plans presented by our Evangelism Committee for an 
Evangelistic Crusade, with leadership of the James Robison Crusade, Inc Special 
Evangelistic meetings to be held July 24-31, 1977, at the Shelby High School 
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(2) Approved plans and participated with our church Training CJommittee in a 
special meeting and banquet. International students and children of overseas 
missionaries who are students at Gardner- Webb were our special guests. 

(3) Our Search Committee appointed for a Director of Christian Social 
Ministries, presented "Guidelines for Agreement" and a "Position Description" in 
cooperation with the North Carolina Baptist Convention and the Home Mission 
Board. These documents were approved. 

(4) Approved a recommendation from the Executive Committee, the 
Moderator appoint a Study Committee to explore the possible need for an 
Association office site and an Association office building. 

(5) Approved a recommended Financial Budget for the Association Year 
beginning October, 1977, in the amount of $63,970.00. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 



YOUTH FOR CHRIST REPORT 

During this past y *ar, the King's Mountain Baptist Associational Youth for 
Christ has been engaged i i se\ era! worthy activities. 

The James Robison Crusade gave our Youth opportunity to be a part of this 
great evangelistic thrust. Three Youth rallies were promoted by our youth for 
this campaign. The first was a Friday night meeting at the First Baptist Church, 
Shelby, before the Crusade started. The speaker as Albert Long, Durham, N.C.; 
about three hundred were in attendance. During the Crusade two rallies were 
held: One was directed by James Robison, with over six hundered in attendance; 
the other was a rally to promote the Crusade by distributing pamphlets over the 
city; these gave the time and place of the services. Over twelve hundred pieces of 
Crusade materials were distributed by the Youth. 

Another Youth Rally was conducted at First Baptist Church, Shelby, August 
26; this was a religious Musical Concert presented by Bobby James, a singer in the 
James Robison Crusade Organization. 

A program was promoted to encourage Youth to attend the North Carolina 
Youth Evangelism Convention, Greensboro. Three local church buses were 
enlisted to transport our Youth from the Association to this Convention; several 
churches provided transportation for their group. Our Association was well 
represented in this meeting. 

Our record shows that several hundred youth in our Association made 
profession of faith in Christ and made rededication of life. Some discovered 
Christ's will for their life's work. A great degree of spiritual commitment has 
been manifest in the Youth of our Association. 

Much credit is given to Mr. John Henderson; Mr. Ed Rackley; Miss Sharon 
Dedmon; Miss Debbie Whisnant, and Rev. Cline Borders, Director of Missions, for 
the success of our work. 

The idea of setting up a five year program that will keep our youth involved 
and engaged in spiritual matters has been projected for our Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David E. Lucas, Chairman 



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EVANGELISM REPORT 

This has been a busy and exciting year for the Evangelism Committee of the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association. Plans were made in the fall of 1976 for a 
country-wide crusade in the summer of 1977. The James Robison Evangelistic 
Association agreed to participate in a county-wide effort July 24-31 of 1977 at the 
Blanton Memorial Stadium, Shelby High School, Shelby. 

A Kick-Off Banquet for the crusade was held at Gardner- Webb College m 
February with 500 people from the Association in attendance. These people 
pledged their support for the crusade and gave $8,000.00 to meet the $17,000.00 
budget. Many other meetings and training sessions were held prior to the 

crusade. 

About 35,000 people attended the crusade during the week giving a total of 
$41,000.00 love offering and budget expense. There were 600 first-time 
professions of faith and 1,200 other type decisions, making the weeks a great 
success. A follow-up seminar conducted by Dudley Hall had 900 in attendance and 
was rated a Number 1 spiritual experience. 

The churches and people of this Association made this effort possible, and we 
thank God for their support and love. The crusade is another first for Kings 
Mountain Baptist. ' . 

There is one sad note in our report this year. Reveille for Revival, a radio 
program sponsored by the Association, was discontinued in May of 1977. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Alton Martin, Chairman 
Evangelism Committee 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

127th Annual Session 

Polkvffle Baptist Church, Polkville 

October 18-19, 1977 

Tuesday Afternoon 

3:30 Hymn of Praise Rev. Allen Jolley 

Scripture Rev. Jerry King 

Prayer ■ Rev. Woodrow Wall 

3:40 Organization: 

Report of Order of Business 

Committee ■ Rev. Don Farrow 

Appointment of Committees and 

Present Changes Mr. William McDaniel 

3:50 Report of General Board Mr. Joseph Cabaniss 

4:00 Business and Announcements 

Report of Committee on Nominations Rev. Charles Freeman 

Report of Committee on Enrollment Mr. Joseph Cabaniss 

4:10 Historian's Report Dr. Wyan Washburn 

4 :20 Report of Christian Social Ministries 

Search Committee Rev. Clyde Bearden 



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4:40 Worship Through Music Rev. Allen Jolley 

4:50 Report of Organizations: 

Sunday School Rev. Royce Ballew 

Church Training Rev. Broadus Heatherly 

5 : 10 Welcome New Ministers and Staff Members 

and Wives Mr. Bill McDaniel 

5:25 Special Music 

5:30 Bold Mission Thrust Rev. Doug Cole 

Benediction Rev. Larry Nunn 

6:00 Dinner 

Tuesday Evening 

7:15 Hymn of Praise Rev. Allen Jolley 

Scripture Rev. Earl Redding 

Prayer Rev. Jesse Yarbrough 

7:25 Moderator's Message Mr. William McDaniel 

7:40 Director of Missions' Message Rev. Cline Borders 

7:55 Hymn Rev. Allen Jolley 

8:00 Moderator's Time Mr. William McDaniel 

8:05 Summer Worker's Report and Puppets Miss Debbie Whisnant 

3:20 SpecialMusic. Rev. Woody Wall 

8:25 Inspirational Message Rev. C. A. Kirby 

Benediction Rev. Paul Home 

Wednesday Morning 

9:30 Hymn of Praise Rev. Allen Jolley 

Scripture Rev. Oliver Price 

Prayer R?v. Don Ledbetter 

9:40 Business & Announcements Mr. Bill McDaniel 

9:45 Organization Reports: 

Brotherhood Mr. A. L. Hardin 

WMU Mrs. Durham Ledbetter 

Music Rev. Allen Jolley 

10:10 Election of Officers Mr. Bill McDaniel 

10:20 Report of Enrollment Mr. Joseph Cabaniss 

10:25 Report of Committee on Committees Rev. Eugene Land 

10:30 Report of Committee on Evangelism Rev. Alton Martin 

10:35 Gardner-Webb College Report Dr. Craven Williams 

11:00 Resolutions Committee Report Mrs. Cecil Murray 

11:11 Memorials Rev. Paul Home 

1 1 : 20 Reports of Convention Agencies 
11:30 SpecialMusic 

11:35 Inspirational Message Rev. W. T. Furr 

Benediction Rev. Kenneth Walters 

Moderator Mr. William B. McDaniel 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Dan H. Jolly 

Clerk-Treasurer Mrs. Joseph E. Cabaniss 

Director of Missions Rev. Chile W. Borders 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOC. 

PROPOSED BUDGET 
October 1, 1977 - September 30, 1978 



!. Salories: 

Director of Missions 

Clerk-Treasurer 

Secretary 

TOTAL SALARIES 

II . Christian Social Ministries 

III. Promotional: 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Brotherhood 

R.A. (Postage & Conclave) 

W.M.U. 

Visual Aids & Equipment 

Church Music 

Evangelism 

Office Operating 

Office Telephone 

Special Emphasis 

Speaker's Honorarium 

Baptist Youth For Christ 

TOTAL PROMOTIONAL 

IV. Special: 

Student Summer Worker 

Expense Allowance (DOM) 

Retirement & insurance 

(DOM & Secretary) 

Housing 

Convention & Conference, (SCB, State, 

Evang. & Misc.) 

Utilities 

F.I.C.A. 

Christmas Gifts 

Printing of Minutes 

Rent 

Office Equipment 

Miscellanoues 

Redecorating & Furnishing 

For Office 

TOTAL SPECIAL 

GRAND TOTAL BUDGET 



1976-77 



2,000.00 
4,000.00 



1977-78 



$10,500.00 


$11,100.00 


1,080.00 


1,200.00 


6,300.00 


6,800.00 


$17,880,00 


$19,100.00" 


$20,000.00 


$15,000.00 


$ 200.00 


$ 250.00 


200.00 


250.00 


150.00 


200.00 


200.00 


250.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


600.00 


100.00 


200.00 


100.00 


200.00 


2,400.00 


3,000.00 


400.00 


500.00 


700.00 


800.00 


300,00 


400.00 


500.00 


500.00 


$ 6,850.00 


$ 8,150.00 


$ 1,000.00 


$ 1,250.00 


3,360.00 


3,360.00 



3,000.00 
4,000.00 



800.00 


900.00 


250.00 


300.00 


380.00 


400.00 


300.00 


400.00 


1,000.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


1,000.00 


2,500.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


$18,190.00 


$21,710.00 


$62,190.00 


$63,970.00 



Approved by Committee, June 3, 1977 

Dr. Clyde Chapman, Chairman 

Mr. Carlos Young 

Mr. Dan Moore 

Mr. Joseph Cabannis, Clerk-Treasurer 

Approved by General Board, 

July 18, 1977 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOC. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
October 1, 1976- September 30, 1977 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1976 j 3 233 72 

Received from Churches for Mission Fund 45962* 34 

Office Copy Mochine ' 770* 00 

Reveille for Revival 291 00 

Association Basketball and Baseball 1 000*00 

Food for the Elderly 466.70 

James Robison Crusode 4 608.81 

Jean Teogue 233.50 

Mission Support Banquet 264.00 

Pastoral Workshop 293.00 

Deacon's Retreat 422.00 

Miscellaneous 217.85 

World Day of Prayer 18.95 

N.C. Tax Refund 36.52 

International Banquet ]Q7 59 

TOTAL TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $ 57 ,975] 89 



Disbursements: 






Salaries: 




• 


Director of Missions 


$10,500.00 




Secretary 


6,300.00 




Clerk- Treasurer 


1,080.00 




Total Salaries 




$17,880.00 


Promotional Expense 






Sunday School and VBS 


$ 194.29 




Church Training 


179.00 




Brotherhood 


198.24 




W.M.U. 


762.32 




Visual Aids 


134.41 




Youth & Family Services 


919.63 




Office Operating Expense 


2,746.83 




Office Telephone 


420.61 




Food for Elderly 


1,090.00 




James Robison Crusade 


4,608.81 




Baptist Youth For Christ 


270.00 




Total Promotion 




$11,524.14 


Special Accounts: 






Housing (DOM) 


$ 4,400.00 




Expense Allowance (DOM) 


3,360.00 




Retirement & Insurance 


1,880.58 




Office Rent 


1,375.00 




Utilities 


285.87 




Payroll Taxes 


366.81 




Deacon's Retreat 


340.00 




Pastoral Workshop 


342.00 




Printing Minutes 


1,154.57 




Assoc. Basketball and Baseball 


1,109.60 




Convention & Conference Exp. 


457.72 




Christmas Gifts 


300.00 




Miscellanoues 


383.80 




World Day of Prayer 


18.95 




Office Equipment 


1,171.40 




Summer Staff Member 


1,000.00 





51 



International Banquet 

Mission Support Banquet 

Jean Teague 

Total Special 
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 
BALANCE ON HAND, September 30, 1977 



98.59 
332.00 
233.50 



$18,610.39 



$48,014.53 
$9/961.36 



HISTORY ACCOUNT 

$ 1,914.59 
102.88 



Balance on Hand, October 1, 1976 

Earnings 

BALANCE ON HAND, September 30, 1977$ 2,017.47 

TOTAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT BALANCE, Oct. 1, 1976 

Earnings 

BALANCE, September 30, 1977 



$22,921.57 

1,429.65 

$24,351.22 



Respectful iy submitted, 

Joseph Cabannis, Clerk-Treasurer 



CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE CHURCHES 
October 1, 1976 - September 30, 1977 
MISSION ACCOUNT 



CHURCH 

Allen Memorial 

Beaver Dam 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Boiling Springs 

Buffalo 

Calvary 

Carpenter's Grove 

Casar 

Churchill Drive 

Community 

David 

Double Shoals 

Double Springs 

Dover 

Eastside, Kings Mountain 

Eastside, Shelby 

Elizabeth 

Elliott Memorial 

Emmanuel 

Faith 

Fallston 

Flint Hill 

Grover First 

Highland 

Immanuel 

Kings Mountain 

Kings Mountain First 

Kings Mountain Second 

Lattimore 



1975-76 



1976-77 



» 428.62 


$ 447.42 


500.00 


660.00 


52.00 


,00 


460.00 


400.00 


1,394.00 


1,806.00 


1,000.00 


750.00 


675.73 


522.88 


451.00 


1,078.44 


90.00 


90.00 


160.00 


270.40 


224.16 


123.95 


50.00 


100.00 


250.00 


222.80 


400.00 


600.00 


700.00 


1,000.00 


600.00 


1,250.00 


60.00 


75.00 


936.00 


1,000.00 


2,596.00 


2,770.56 


54.00 


.00 


12.00 


50.00 


.00 


.00 


410.00 


510.00 


566.00 


1,153.36 


552.87 


697.99 


185.00 


235.50 


.00 


12.00 


450.00 


400.00 


1,000.00 


1,050.00 


1,341.61 


1 387.01 


815.00 


1,000.00 



29% 



139% 

69% 

100% 

50% 

43% 

108% 

25% 

5% 

6% 

316% 

24% 

103% 

26% 

27% 



5% 

3% 

22% 



52 



Lowndaie 
Lily Memorial 
Love Volley 
Macedonia 
Midview 
Mount Sinai 
Mull's Memorial 
New Bethel 
New Buffalo 
New Camp Creek 
New Hope 
New Life 
New Prospect 
Norman's Grove 
Northside 
Oak Grove 
Oak View 
Patterson Grove 
Patterson Springs 
Peach Street 
Piedmont 
Plains View 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Ridge 
Polkville 
Poplar Springs 
Putnam Memorial 
Ross Grove 
Sandy Plains 
Shelby First 
Shelby Second 
Temple 
Union 
Victory 
Waco 

Wallace Grove 
Westover 
Westview 
Zion 
Zoar 

TOTAL 



475.00 


1,076.00 


126% 


180.00 


360.00 


100% 


100.00 


100.00 




1,251.60 


1,799.82 


43% 


100.00 


100.00 




400.00 


200.00 




180.00 


180.00 




532.50 


529.97 




250.00 


425.00 


70% 


.00 


.00 




500.00 


600.00 


20% 


.00 


.00 




210.00 


250.00 


19% 


164.57 


343.48 


109% 


701.65 


175.00 




208.00 


208.00 




150.00 


200.00 


33% 


350.00 


400.00 


14% 


.00 


200.00 




.00 


.00 




1,137.00 


1,036.13 




100.00 


414.24 


314% 


933.75 


948.75 


1% 


.00 


280.00 




550.00 


945.00 


71% 


644.28 


1,162.53 


80% 


800.00 


1,600.00 


100% 


156.00 


325.00 


108% 


338.55 


640.51 


89% 


1,048.39 


937.66 




3,750.00 


3,250.00 




775.00 


900.00 


16% 


339.00 


886.50 


163% 


400.00 


500.00 


25% 


10.00 


210.00 


2,000% 


300.00 


600.00 


100% 


25.00 


15.00 




463.97 


482.93 


4% 


1,844.49 


2,730.07 




600.00 


600.00 




910.00 


687.50 
$45,962.34 




$37,293.31 


22% 



53 



GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

ALLEN MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Grathel Lail, R-l, Grover 
Mrs. Gazzie Allen, R-l, Grover 
BEAVER DAM ou 

Mr. and Mrs. Flay Brooks, R-8, Box 216, Shelby 
BETHANY 

None 
BETHEL 
None 
BETHLEHEM . 

Mrs Hilda Kiser, R-2, Box 650, Kings Mountain 
Mr Douglas McDaniel, R-2, Box 374, Kings Mountain 
Mrs Edith Reynolds, R-2, Box 372, Kings Mountain 
Mrs. Nell Harmon, R-2, Box 468, Kings Mountain 
BOILING SPRINGS 

Mr Robert W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs 
Mr. Thirlen Osborne, Box 353, Boiling Springs 
BUFFALO 

None 
CALVARY 

None 
CARPENTERS GROVE 

Mrs. D. C. Carpenter, R-3, Lawndale 
Mrs. Harry Hart, R-3, Lawndale 
Mr. Leslie Seagle, R-3, Lawndale 
CASAR 

Mr. Griff en Murray, R-l, Casar 
Mr. Emmerson Pruett, Casar 
CHURCHILL DRIVE 

Mrs Jerry Floyd, 100 Kenwood Dr., Shelby 
Mr. John Greene, 836 Churchill Dr., Shelby 
COMMUNITY 

None 
DAVID 

Mr. Jerry Lovelace, R-2, Kings Mountain 
Mrs. Ann Schuman, R-2, Kings Mountain 
DOUBLE SHOALS 

Mr. James Seism, R-5, Shelby 
Mr. E. Y. Spangler, R-l, Shelby 
DOUBLE SPRINGS 

Mr. Rafe Lovelace, R-4, Shelby 
Mr. C. C. Padgett, Box 36, Lattimore 
DOVER • „_ 

Mr. Claude Brown, 937 W. Warren Ext., Shelby 
Mr. Bill Greenway, 4 So. Main St., Shelby 
EASTSIDE [KM] 

None 
EASTSIDE [S] 

Arnold Brittain, 1026 Fallston Rd., Shelby 
P. C. McDaniel, 921 Toms St., Shelby 
Mrs. Nell Smith, 1014 Toms St., Shelby 
Mrs. Emily Lail, 1017 Toms St., Shelby 



54 



ELIZABETH 

Mrs. T. G. Westmoreland, 1009 W. Marion St., Shelby 

Dr. T. G. Westmoreland, 1009 W. Marion St., Shelby 
ELLIOTT MEMORIAL 

None 
EMMANUEL 

None 
FAITH 

None 
FALLSTON 

E. G. Spurling, P. 0. Box, Fallston 

Yates Williams, P. 0. Box, Fallston 
FLINT HILL 

Mr. Wallace Vinsett, R-2, Shelby 

Mr. G. M. Wacaster, Jr., Boiling Springs 
GROVER FIRST 

Hood Watterson, Rt. 1, Box 231, Grover 

Clyde Randall, Box 353, Grover 
HIGHLAND 

None 
IMMANUEL 

None 
KINGS MOUNTAIN 

None 
KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Rev. Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain 

Mr. Fred Weaver, 202 Juniper St., Kings Mountain 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND 

Mr. M. C. Wood, 916 Linwood Dr., Kings Mountain 
LATTIMORE 

Mrs. Hal Fite, R-3, Shelby 

Mr. A. P. Weathers, P. O. Box 216, Lattimore 
LAWNDALE 

Earl Wease, Box 242, Lawndale 

Fred Beam, Box 495, Lawndale 
LILY MEMORIAL 

Mr. Norman White, 1136 S. Dekalb St., Shelby 

Mr. L. R. Philbeck, 348 Whitener St., Shelby 
LOVE VALLEY 

Mr. George Melton 

Mrs. Ollie VanDyke 
MACEDONIA 

Rev. Paul Home, 1325 Grover Rd., Kings Mountain 
MIDVIEW 

A. G. Adams, 6080 Midpines, Kings Mountain 

Fred Conner, 3270 Midpines, Kings Mountain 
MT. SINAI 

Frank Ellis, R-l, Shelby 

J. D. Rollins, R-2, Shelby 
MULL'S MEMORIAL 

None 
NEW BETHEL 

Mr. W. W. Lattimore, R-3, Lawndale 
Mr. Warren Spurling, R-3, Lawndale 



55 



NEW BUFFALO 

Velvia Martin, 913 Eastview, Shelby 
Eunice Martin, 1575 Kings Rd., Shelby 
NEW CAMP CREEK 

None 
NEW HOPE 

J. H. Tulloh, R-ll, Shelby 
B. H. Hopper, Box 123, Earl 
NEW PROSPECT 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Z. Hord, R-2, Cherryville 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wright, R-l, Shelby 
NORMANS GROVE 

Mrs. Harold Watts, R-3, Lawndale 
Mrs. Ray Warlick, R-2 Vale, N. C. 
NORTHSIDE 

None 
OAK GROVE 

Mr. M. C. Lovelace, R-3, Box 341, Kings Mountain 
Mr. F. C. Ward, R-3, Box 423, Kings Mountain 
OAK VIEW 

Harold Farris, R-2, Box 391B, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Paul Hord, Sri, R-l, Kings Mountain 
PATTERSON GROVE 

Mr. Edwin Moore, R-4, Box 522, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Charles R. Bridges, Rt.l, Box 40, Kings Mountain 
PATTERSON SPRINGS 
Mr. Bill Jenkins 
Mr. Louis Young 
Mr. Jake Runyans - Alternate 
PEACHTREE STREET 

None 
PIEDMONT 

Mr. Ruben Navey, Kings Mountain 
L. L. Ramsey, Benfield Rd., Kings Mountain 
PLAINS VIEW 

Rev. Randall Runion, R-2, Lawndale 
Mrs. Linda Howard, R-2, Lawndale 
PLEASANT GROVE 

Mrs. Carolyn Greene, R-5, Shelby 
Mrs. Grace Wright, R-5, Shelby 
PLEASANT HILL 

Louise Kendrick, R-6, Shelby 
Watson Hamrick, R-9, Shelby 
PLEASANT RIDGE 

Mr. Yates Hamrick, R-3, Shelby 
Mr. Joe Delozier, R-3, Shelby 
POLKVILLE 

Herman McCraw, Polkville 
Burgin Gibbs, R-5, Shelby 
POPLAR SPRINGS 

John W. Hamrick, R-2, Shelby 
Gay Putnam, R-3, Shelby 



56 



PUTNAM MEMORIAL 

Ed Passmore, R-9, Box 381, Shelby 

Tommy Earls, 106 Delmar Rd., Shelby 

Mrs. J. R. Webber, R-9, Shelby 
ROSS GROVE 

Rev. W. V. Tarlton, R-7, Shelby 

G. M. Wylie, R-7, Box 153, Shelby 
SANDY PLAINS 

Thomas Petty, R-3, Shelby 

Wayne Whitaker, R-3, Shelby 
SHELBY FIRST 

None 
SHELBY SECOND 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poston, 504 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 
TEMPLE 

Ethel Camp, 102 Benfield Rd., Kings Mountain 
Elva Nicholson, 901 Henry St., Kings Mountain 

Walter Bridges, R-5, Shelby 

John Rudasill, Jr., R-l, Lawndale 
VICTORY 

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grigg 

Mrs. Shirley Caveiy 
WACO 

Mr. W. H. Lutz, Waco 

Mr. George Murray, Waco 
WALLACE GROVE 

None 
WESTVIEW 

Joe Roberts, 3025 Hazel Dr., Shelby 

J. B. Spangler, 610 West Warren, Shelby 
ZION J 

Mrs. Irene Blanton and Mrs. Mabel Wellmon 
ZOAR 

Mr. Quay Wellmon, R-8, Box 176, Shelby 

Mr. Crayton Hawkins, 217 Cameron St., Shelby 



57 



CHURCH LIBRARIANS 

iw a vfr DAM Mr. Wayne Brooks, R-8, Box 206, Shelby 

SptWI UA Mrs. Sandra Wells, 610 W. Marion St., Apt.2, Shelby 

Sfthi FHFM ... Mrs. Susan White, 407 Grover Rd. , Kings Mountain 

EJ?Sj? ^RINGS " " Mrs, Gail Bridges, Box 27, Boiling Springs 

rhff^I O Miss Penny Stone, R-2, Kings Mountain 

r arpfntFRS GROVE ' Mrs. Yates Warlick, R-3, Box 373, Lawndale 

rmiRr^DRIVE " • • • • • Miss Kim Willis, P.O. Box 1589, Sheby 

£5^?^m!ilS Mrs. Bill Lowe, R-l. Shelby 

K^gPRTOGS Mrs, Kendall Jones, R-4, Shelby 

F?£ ABETO ' Mrs. Joe Mauney , P.O. Drawer 1447 Shelby 

faiiVtON Mrs. WyteRoyster,Fallston 

r^vrRPiRST Miss Linda Bolin, Box 303, Grover 

W?mfm Mrs. Ray Bridges, 110 Felter St., Shelby 

KINGS MOUNTAIN * ' '. ' * . . Mrs. R. G. Franklin, 909 Sherwood Lane, Kings Mt. 
K MOUNTAIN FIRST . . . Miss Diana Gamble, 903 Monroe Ave KmgsM^ 

RSi^^ ' * ::::::::::::::::ita". j-i^SHCC 

\ Sat F Mrs. Tom Forney, Box 515, Lawndale 

MAf-FDONIA ..'••• Miss Delores White, R-4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

^wrfthfi Mrs. Sam Elam, R-2, Lawndale 

SwSoPE Mrs. B.H. Hopper, Box 123, Earl 

oak PROVE -Mrs. Carolyn Evans, R-3, Box 427A, Kings Mountain 

oak V1FW Miss Penny Greene, R-2, Kings Mountain 

^ATTFR^nN SPRINGS Miss Connie Long, R-l, Grover 

mSwVfflW Mrs - Della Williams, R-2, Cherryville 

Pt FAS 1 ANT GROVE • • Miss Velva Hamrick, R-5, Box 429, Shelby 

pIfIs ANT RIDGE Mrs. Beulah Jones, R-4, Shelby 

pm kIhi F Mrs. Linda Wease, R-5, Shelby 

POPI AR SPRINGS Mrs. Walter Walker, R-8, Shelby 

SfiFIBV SECOND Mrs. John Tidwell, 1554 Spangler Dr., Shelby 

Sm E Barbara Jones, 304 Fulton St., Kings Mountain 

^tvTfw .... Mrs. Frances Pickler, 940 W. Warren, Shelby 

ZOAR Mrs - Ruth Davidson ' R " 8 ' Box 129 ' Shelby 



58 



CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 

Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Double Springs 

POLKVILLE GROUP: 

Carpenter's Grove 
Casar 

Community 
Double Shoals 
Elliott Memorial 



Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Siani 



Fallston 
Lawndale 
New Bethel 
Norman's Grove 



Pleasant Ridge 
Popular Springs 
Sandy Plains 



Plains View 
Polkville 
Union 
Zion 



SHELBY GROUP: 

Bethel 
Calvary 

Churchill Drive 
Dover 
Eastside (S) 

KING'S MOUNTAIN 

David 

Eastside (KM) 

Faith 

Kings Mountain 



Highland 
Immanuel 
Lily Memorial 
Peach Street 
Putnam Memorial 

GROUP: 

Kings Mtn. Second 

Macedonia 

New Camp's Creek 

Oak Grove 



Kings Mountain First 0ak View 



GROVER GROUP: 

Allen Memorial 
Bethany 
Bethleham 
Grover First 

WACO GROUP: 

Buffalo 
Elizabeth 
Emmanual 
Mull' Memorial 



Love Valley 
Midview 
New Buffalo 
New Hope 



New Prospect 
Northside 
Pleasant Grove 



Shelby First 
Shelby Second 
Westview 
Zoar 



Patterson Grove 
Piedmont 
Temple 
Westover 



Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Hill 
Victory 



Ross Grove 
Wallace Grove 
Waco 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Bessemer City 
Kings Creek, S. C. 
Kings Mountain 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Blacksburg, S. C. 
Boiling Springs 
Casar 



ZIP CODES FOR OUR AREA 



30309 
28016 
29719 
28086 
35203 
29702 
28017 
28020 



Cherryville 


28021 


Dallas, Texas 


75201 


Earl 


28038 


Ellen boro 


28040 


Fallston 


28042 


Fort Worth, Texas 


76116 


Gaffney, S. C. 


29340 


Gastonia 


28052 



59 



DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 

Disbursements for Local Work $3,451,907 

Disbursements for all Purposes 4,181,955 

Staff Salaries ■ 1,436,945 

Property Values 20,074,005 

Total Receipts 4,913,675 

Gifts: Per Member $183.50 

Per Member Coop. Prog 13.16 

Per Member All Missions 27.26 

Cooperative Program • 352,442 

Associational Missions 46,507 

Children's Homes 16,356 

State Missions 17,696 

Home Missions 43,421 

Foreign Missions 117,576 

Hospital 9.769 

Christian Education 38,727 

Total for Missions 730,048 

Baptisms 626 

Church Membership 26,777 

Sunday School Enrollment 18,195 

Church Training Enrollment 4,119 

Music Ministry Enrollment 4,363 

VBS Held 65 

VBS Enrollment 6,477 

Brotherhood Enrollment 2,147 

WMU Enrollment 3,862 



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KINGS MOJNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

State of North Corolina 

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Jomes Putnam, Patterson Springs 

Glenn Thompson, Rt.2, Box 504, Kings Mtn. 28086 

Haley Dedmond, Rt.2, Lawndale 28090 

T.R. Blanton. Box 104, Grover 28073 


Zeno Swink, 518 Fulton St., Shelby 28150 
Wilson Randall, Rt.ll, Shelby 28150 

James Hord, Rt.7, Shelby 28150 
Robert Warlick, Rt.3, Lawndale 28090 


Gary McNeilly, Rt.7, Shelby 28150 
W.E. Kuykendall, Rt.5, Box 318, Kings Mtn. 
Glenn Spearman, 503 Hawthorne Rd., Kings Mtn 
Barry Gibson, Rt.l, Box HOC Kings Mtn 28086 
Dennis Lipscomb, Rt.l, Grover 28073 


Leo Green, 911 Meadowbtook Ln., Shelby 28150 
Freno Kennedy, Benefield Rd., Kings Mtn. 28086 
Ronnie Allmond, Rt.l, Cherryville, 28021 
Fred Kendrick, Rt.2, Lawndale 28090 
Don Dillingham, Rtl, Grover 28073 


Larry Green, Rt.3, Shelby 28150 

Wade Vaughn, P.O. Box, Polkville 28136 

Tommy Wright, Rt.2, Shelby 28150 

Roy Cooke, 907 Earl Rd., Shelby 28150 

Hal Dedmon, Rt.7. New Prospect Church Rd.,Shelb 


Wayne Whitaker, Rt.3, Shelby 28150 
W.B. Wilder, 1 332 Kings Circle, Shelby 28150 
Reviere Beam, 710 Gardner St., Shelby 28150 
Clyde Blackwell, 301 Walker St., Kings Mtn 
John Bill Rudasill, Rt.l, Lawndale 28090 


Mrs. Shirley Caveny, Rt.4, Kings Mtn. 28086 
Mrs. Ralph Seism, P.O. Box 67 , Waco 28169 
James Jones, Rt.7, Shelby 28150 

Paul Jolley, 1313 Wesson Rd., Shelby 28150 


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Mrs. Carl S. Bridges, Rt.2, Shelby 28150 
Mrs. Ada Wright, Rt.7, Shel by 28150 
Mrs. Burl Scott, Rt.2, Lawndale 28090 
Margaret Henson, Rt.ll, Box 214, Shelby 28150 


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Mrs. Robert Worlick, Rt.3, Lawndale 28090 


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Mrs. Harold Farris, Rt.2, Box 391-B, Kings Mtn. 28086 

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Tina Wright, Fairview Rd., Kings Mountain 28086 
Mrs. Joyce Walker, Rt.l, Cherryville 28021 
Mrs. Lou Dean Hamrick, Rt.5, Box 432, Shelby 28150 
Mrs. Ruby Barrett, Rt.2, Kings Mountain 28086 


Mrs. Velda Holbrook, Rt.3, Shelby 28150 

Miss Ells Lee Bumette, P.O. Box 282, Polkville 28136 

Mrs. Floyd Walker, Rt.4, Shelby 28150 

Mrs. Virginia Jones,. 908 Earl Rd., Shelby 28150 

Mrs. L.R. Hord, Rt.7, Allendale, Shelby 28150 


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Mrs. J.A. West, P.O. Box 63, Shelby 28150 

Mrs. L.N. Buchanan, 626 S. Washington Dr., Shelby 28150 

Lois Cooke, Rt.2, Box 630, Kings Mountain 28086 

Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, Rt.5, Shelby 28150 


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Mrs. Royce Ballew, North Main St. Waco 28169 

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KINGS MOUNTAIN 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

1978 



1978 Minutes 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

of 

Cleveland County 

North Carolina 

One Hundred Twenty-Eight 

Annual Session 

Held With 

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 

October 17-18, 1978 

Next Session With 

Eastside Baptist Church, Shelby 

October 16-17, 1978 



Kings Mountain Baptist Association 




PLEASANT RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 



Historical Sketch - 1915-1978 

Prior to the organization of the church in 1915, a Sunday School was 
held in the Old Pleasant Ridge school building. Mr. P. C. Blanton , then 
a member of the Beaver Dam Baptist Church, was in charge of the 
Sunday School. 

With a membership of twenty-six males and twenty-nine females, the 
Pleasant Ridge Church was accepted as a member of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association in September, 1915. The messengers to 
that association were J. B. McSwain and J. J. Sperling. 

The first building was erected in the fall of 1915, on a tract of land 
formerly owned by the L. A. McSwain family. It was a memorable 
occasion when the first members moved into this building, which was 
valued at $2,000. 



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The Rev. B. M. Bridges was called to serve as the first pastor of this 
new church. The first deacons included: J. B. McSwain, L. E. Putnam, 
P. C. Blanton, G. B. McSwain, G. L. Hamrick, and G. W. McSwain. 

In 1921, the Rev. I. D. Harrill became the second pastor. Mr. Harrill 
served until 1928, and the following year the Rev. W. G. Camp 
succeeded him, preaching on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Mr. 
Camp served until 1939. 

In 1940, the Rev. Jesse Blalock became the fourth pastor, and served 
until 1945. In 1946, Rev. W. G. Camp became pastor for the second 
time, and served until 1954. 

The first building seemed adequate for the community until 1951. 
In the fall of that year, a Thanksgiving service was held in the new 
building, which was valued at about $140,000. 

In June 1954, the Rev. Albert Hastings became pastor. In 1956, the 
church constructed a beautiful parsonage near the church plant. Mr. 
Hastings served until 1957. In October, 1957, the Rev. James Stamey 
became the church's sixth pastor. 

In December 1957, the second building was totally lost by fire. For 
twenty-three months, services were held at the Lattimore school 
building. In November 1959, the present plant was ready for regular 
services. Mr. Stamey served until February, 1967. 

In July, 1967, the church called the Rev. J. Max Evington to become 
the seventh pastor of the church. 



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E. Paul West, the present pastor, has served Pleasant Ridge since 
January, 1975. 

The present building, the pastorium, and almost nine acres of land, 
bring the total value of church property to $350,000. The total church 
membership is 548 and total gifts to the church for all causes in 1977 
were $57,000. 



Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

Table of Contents 

By-Laws ^ 

Constitution „. 

Historical Sketch o 

Calendar of Activities _ , 

Associational Directory . . 

Organizational Workers 15 

Assistant Pastors & Ministers of Education & Youth .17 

Licensed Ministers ,o 

Ministers Deceased This Year , g 

Ministers Ordained During The Year 19 

Ministers Licensed During The Year m 

Messengers 2 n 

Visitors Outside the Association 24 

In Memoriam 05 

Historical Events of Interest 3 

Proceedings 44 

Program 62 

REPORTS: 

Committee on Committees H 

Trustees 42 

Nomination Committee 49 

Sunday School 53 

General Board 53 

Church Training 54 

Woman's Missionary Union 55 

Music ... 56 

Auditing Committee 57 

Membership Committee - 58 

Memorials 53 

Resolutions Committee 59 

Evangelism 59 

Constitutional Changes 60 

Budget 64 

Treasurer's Report 67 

Executive Board ........72 

Church Librarians 78 

Church Groups . 79 

Zip Codes 80 

Historical Tables ____A-1 

Statistical Tables A-4 



1978 Minutes 

1979 CALENDAR 



JANUARY 1979 

1 New Year's Day 

2 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 
11 MINISTERS' WIVES 

12-13 Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

21 Baptist Men's Day 

22 ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 
22-23 Pastor-Music Director Workshops 

25-26 Doctrine of Salvation Study - Greensboro 

26-27 Conference for Bi-vocational Pastors 

26-27 Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 

29-30 Youth Ministry Fellowship, Caraway 

30-31 State General Board, Raleigh 

FEBRUARY 1979 

234 Marriage Enrichment Retreat, Caraway 

5 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

5-6 Evangelism Conference, Cumberland County Auditorium, 

Fayetteville 
8 MINISTERS' WIVES 

9-10 Conference on Women and Evangelism, Caraway 

11 BAPTIST MEN-H.M. Kick-Off Breakfast, Owen Cooper 
11-17 WMU Focus Week 

12 Christian Social Ministries Conference, Brevard 

20 Energy Conservation Conference, Mulberry Church, 

Charlotte 
20 MISSIONS COMMITTEE MEETING, (4:30) 

23-24 State Adult Choir Festivals 
23-25 Baptist Men's Retreat, Caraway 

23-25 H.S. Seniors' Retreat, Caraway 

23-25 N.C. Baptist Men's Board Meeting 

25-27 Christian Citizenship 1979, Senior High Boys 

25-28 WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE, KINGS 

MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 

26 Regional C. T. Interpretation Conf., Region 8, First 

Church, Statesville 
27-28 Associational Teams' VBS Clinic, Caraway 

27 Area-wide Urban Missions Conference, Parkway Church, 

Greensboro 

MARCH 

1-2 Associational Teams' VBS Clinic, #3, Caraway 

2-3 Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista 

2-3 State Youth Choir Festival, Calvary Church, Winston-Salem 



b Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

2-3 State Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista 

4- 1 1 Week of Prayer for Home Missions 

5 PASTORS 1 CONFERENCE 

6 S. S. All-age Bold Growing Clinic, Hickory 
8 MINISTERS' WIVES 

8-9 Associational Teams' VBS Clinic #4, Ridgecrest 

9-10 Big A Club Workshop, Mundo Vista 

9-10 Day Camp Workshop 

9-10 Language Missions Conference, Caraway 

1 1-17 Youth Week - SBC Emphasis 

16-17 WMU Annual Session - Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh 

16-18 Engaged Couples' Retreat, Caraway 

16-18 State Pioneer R.A. Congress 

17 Associational Youth Night - SBC Empahsis 

17-20 Growth Project, Mecklenburg Association 

19-20 Rural Dir. of Missions Workshop 

20-21 GWC Ministers' Conference 

22 Secretary's Workshop 

22 Migrant Conference 

23-24 Day Camp Workshop, East 

24 Weekday Early Education Workshop, Winston-Salem 

26-29 Stress Management in Ministry, K.M. Association 

26-29 Growing an Evangelistic Church Seminar, Caraway 

Associational Executive Committee, 4:30 P.M. 

30-31 RA Campcraft Training. Old Caraway 

30-31 State Handbell Festivals, First Church, Greensboro 

31 Baptist Women Houseparty (ages 30-45), East 

31 Weekday Early Education Workshop, Western Area 

APRIL 

2 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

5 MINISTERS' WIVES 

6-7 Church Media CenterLibrary Conference, Charlotte 

6-7 Seminar on Women and Money, Caraway 

9 Bible Venture InterpretationPreparation Clinic, Charlotte 

9-10 Regional Directors' Planning Meeting, Caraway (Church 

Music) 

9-11 Seminary Extension Teacher's Workshop 

11-12 Assoc. Sunday School Officers Development, Caraway 

13-16 MK Retreat, Mundo Vista 

15 Cooperative Program Sunday 

15 EASTER SUNDAY 

16-18 N.C. Religious Education Association, Caraway 

16 ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 
16-20 Baptist Doctrine Week 

20-21 Assoc. Officers' Training 



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18-20 C. T. Special Workers Conference, Caraway 

20-21 Weekend RA Camp, (grades 4-6), Caraway 

20-22 State Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest 

21 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

21 Regional Children's Choir Festivals, First Church, 

Kernersville 
24 150th Anniversary Rally - N.C.B.C. - AM Pastors, PM 

General Meeting 
25-26 Senior Adult Conference, Gastonia 

27-28 Weekend RA Camp (grades 1-3), Caraway 

27-28 Youth Convention 

28 Baptist Women Houseparty (ages 30-45), West 

MAY 

4-5 Baptist Young Women Retreat, Mundo Vista 

4-5 Interfaith Witness Conference, Caraway 

4-6 RA Counselors' Backpacking Weekend 

5 Affirming the Family Rally, Greensboro Coliseum 

7 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

7-8 S.S. Bold Growth Campaign, Assoc. Growth Consultant 

Training, Concord 

11-12 Conference for Bi-vocational Pastors 

11-12 Couples Retreat, Caraway 

11-12 G. A. Mission Friends Leaders Retreat, Mundo Vista 

13 MOTHER'S DAY 

14-16 Statewide Assoc. Key Leadership Training, Ridgecrest 

17-18 State-wide "Understanding Youth" Seminar, First Church, 

Raleigh 

18-19 State RA Track Meet 

18-20 Teacher and Interpreter Conference, Deaf Ministry, 

Caraway 

18-19 Baptist Women Houseparty (ages 30-45), Mundo Vista 

20-26 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

22 Assoc. Missions Committee, 4:30 P.M. 

25-26 State Correctional Ministries Conference 

25-26 Youth Ministry Seminar, S.E. Seminary 

26 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill, Youth Speakers' 

Tournament, Fruitland 

29 Time Management Workshop 
29-30 N.C. General Board Meeting 
29-5 Orientation for Summer Workers 

JUNE 

2 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill, Youth Speakers' 

Tournaments, First Church, Asheboro 
4 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 



8 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

9 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill, Youth Speakers' 

Tournaments, NC Baptist Assembly, Caswell 

9-15 Church Training Youth Conference, Ridgecrest 
10-11 National WMU Meeting, Houston, Texas 

10-17 Precamp Training for Mundo Vista Staff 

1 1 Camp Caraway Opens 

12-14 SBC, Houston, Texas 

17 FATHER'S DAY 

18-23 Church Training Week, Caswell 

25-29 Assoc. Directors Conference, Wingate College 

25-30 Children's Choir Camp- Youth MT Week, Caswell 

26 Assoc. Executive Committee, 4:30 P.M. 

JULY 

2 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

2-6 Week of Christian Study and Fellowship, Mars Hill College 

2-7 Youth Ministry Week, Caswell 

4 INDEPENDENCE DAY 

7-13 Church Training Week, Ridgecrest 

9-14 Youth Music Week, Truett Camp 

9-14 Children's Choir Camp, Mars Hill College 

9-14 World Missions Week, Caswell 

10-12 National RA Congress, Nashville, Tennessee 

13 Regional Communications Conference, Charlotte Area 

16 Assoc. Executive Board Meeting 
16-21 Youth Conference, Caswell 

23-28 Youth-Adult Music Conference, Caswell 

24-29 National Acteens Convention, Kansas City, Missouri 

30-4 Youth Conference II, Caswell 

AUGUST 

4-10 WMU Conference, Ridgecrest 

6-11 Life & Career Directions Workshop, Caraway 

13 Interfaith Witness Conference, Asheville 

13 Youth CorpsLocal Church Ministry Debriefing Retreat, 

Caraway 

13-15 Happiness Retreat, Caswell 

13-17 Preschool-Children Music Leadership Conference, 

Charlotte 

17 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night, Greensboro Coliseum 
24-25 Assoc. WMU Officers Workshop, Ridgecrest 

24-25 Lay Witness Training Session, Caraway 

28 MISSIONS COMMITTEE, 4:30 P.M. 

27-30 Anthem Reading Clinics 

31-1 Assoc. WMU Officers Workshop, Mundo Vista 



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SEPTEMBER 

3 LABOR DAY 

7-8 Assoc. WMU Officers Workshop, Mundo Vista 

7-8 NC Baptist Men's Board Meeting-Foreign Mission Teacher 

Training 
9-14 Regional Brotherhood Workshops 

10-11 S.S. EQUIPPING CONFERENCE, KINGS MOUNTAIN 

ASSOCIATION 
10-11 Preachers' Camp Meeting, Truett 

10-11 "M" Night Training, Caraway 

14-15 Vol. Music Directors' Retreats 

16 State Missions Offering Sunday 

17-18 Literacy Workshop (Statewide), Raleigh 

17-19 Multivention, Caraway 

18 Church Building Conference, First Church, N. Wilkesboro 

21 MINISTRY TO THE SICK WORKSHOP, KINGS 

MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION 
21-23 Business & Professional Men's Retreat, Caraway 

25 ASSOC. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 4:30 P.M. 

25-26 State General Board, Caraway 
25-26 North-South Track meet 

28-30 Campers on Missions Rally, Cross Country Campground, 

Lake Norman 

OCTOBER 

3 Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 

3-5 ChaplainsWives Retreat, Caraway 

8-9 Regional Praising Clinics, Canton 

9-12 Metropolitan Missions Conference, Fruitland 

10 Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 

11-12 Regional Praising Clinics, Mocksville 

12 Regional Communications Conference, Caraway 

12-13 Statewide Deacons' Retreat, Caraway 

12-13 Younger Crusader RA Camp, Caraway 

14 Biblical Recorder Day 

17 Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 

22 ASSOCIA. EXECUTIVE BOARD 

23-24 ASSOC. ANNUAL MEETING, EASTSIDE BAPTIST 

CHURCH, SHELBY 

24 Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 

26-27 Baptist Young Women Convention, Ridgecrest 

26-27 Pioneer RA Officers Workshop, Caraway 

31 Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 



10 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

NOVEMBER 

5 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

2-3 Statewide Chairmen of Deacons/Pastors Conference. First 

Baptist Church, Greensboro 
2-3 Youth Council Retreat I 

5-11 Royal Ambassador Week 

9-10 Marriage Enrichment Retreat, Caraway 

9-10 Youth Council Retreat, II 

10-11 NC Baptist Men's Convention 

12 Chaplain Wives Luncheon, Baptist State Convention, 

Winston-Salem 
12 Trustees' Dinner, Winston-Salem 

12-14 Baptist State Convention, Winston-Salem 

16-17 Assoc. Acteens Council Training, Mundo Vista 

16-17 Crusader RA Congress 
22 THANKSGIVING DAY 

25 Baptist Men-Lottie Moon Kick-Off Breakfast, K.M. 

Association 

26 "M" Night 

27 Assoc. Missions Committee, 4:30 P.M. 

DECEMBER 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

18 Assoc. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 4:30 P.M 

25 CHRISTMAS DAY 

30 Student Night at Christmas 

Winter Youth Celebration, Ridgecrest 



1978 Minutes U 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 



OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

Moderator Rev. Dan Jolly, Box 1284, Shelby 

Vice- Moderator . .Rev. Marion Adams, 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Director of Missions Rev. Cline W. Borders, Box 24, Shelby 

Director of Christian Social MinistriesRev. Bob Davis, Box 24, Shelby 

Clerk-Treasurer Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Box 174, Shelby 

Office Secretary Mrs. Mae Petty, Box 24, Shelby 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Moderator, Chairman Box 1284, Shelby 

Rev. Marion Adams, Vice- Moderator . .1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Rev. Cline Borders, Director of Missions Box 24, Shelby 

Rev. Bob Davis, Director of Social Ministries Box 24, Shelby 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer Box 174, Shelby 

Rev. Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director Box 79, Waco 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Dir R-2, Box 272, Shelby 
Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Director 402 Phifer Rd., Kings Mtn. 

Mrs. George Hamrick, WMU Dir Box465, Shelby 

Rev. Jerry King, Youth for Christ Dir. . . .500 Melody Land, Shelby 

Mr. Frank Stroup, Music Director 301 N. Post Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Woodrow Wall, Pres. Pastor's Conf . . .R-10, Box 233-A, Shelby 

Rev. Charles Freeman, Chairman Norn. Com Box 832, Boiling Springs 

Rev. Roland Leath, Chairman Com. on Com . .208 Worthington St., 

Shelby 

Rev. Dan Wallace, Chairman Mem. Com . . .609 Charles Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Carlos Young, Chairman Finance Com Box 234, Shelby 

Rev. Wilson Padgett, Chairman Evang. Com. . .326 Circle View Dr., 
Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Rev. Roland Leath, Chairman 208 Worthington St., Shelby 

Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, Boiling Springs 
Mrs. Evelyn Jackson 
Mr. Edwin Moore 
Mr. Kenneth Ledford 

CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Marion Adams, Vice- Moderator, Ch. 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 
Rev. Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director, Box 79, Waco 



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Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Dr R-2 Shelby 

Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Dir. . .403 Phifer Rd., Kings Mtn 

Mrs. George Hamrick, WMU Director Box 465 Shelby 

Mr. Frank Stroup, Music Dir 301 N. Post Rd'.,Shelby 



REPORT 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Russell Fitts, Chairman, Kings Mountain 1979 

Mrs. Ellis Martin, Lawndale 1979 

Rev. Charles Wade Dellinger, Shelby 1980 

Mrs. Diane Ledbetter, Lawndale 1980 

Dr. Forrest Feezor, Shelby 1981 

Mrs. Harold Causby, Shelby 1981 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Rev. C. A. Kirby, Chairman, Rt. 4, Shelby 1979 

Mr. Bobby Crawford, Earl 1980 

Mr. George Hamrick, Shelby 1981 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

rev. Wilson Padgett, Chairman, Shelby 1979 
Mr. Ronald Nanney, Shelby (finish term) 1979 

Mrs. Robert Davis, Polkville 1980 

Rev. Ralph Lail, Rt. 6, Shelby 1981 

Mrs. Jerry King, Shelby l 98 o 

Rev. William Lockaby, Shelby 1981 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

mr. Carlos Young, Chairman, Shelby 1979 

Mr. Charles Alexander, Kings Mountain 1980 

Rev. Tom Patterson, Kings Mountain 1981 
Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

dr. Wyan Washburn (Historian) Chairman, Boiling Springs 

Mrs. Charlotte Swift, Shelby 1979 

Mrs. John Berry Hamrick, Rt. 3, Shelby 1979 

Mr. George Murray, Waco 1980 

Mrs. Ruth Dedmon, Shelby 1980 

Mrs. Nancy Queen, Polkville 1981 

Mr. Bill Alexander, Kings Mountain 1981 



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MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Rev. Dan Wallace, Chairman, Shelby 1979 

Rev. Ansel Center, Kings Mountain 1979 

Rev. Ed Sessoms, Rt. 2, Shelby 1980 

Mr. Demar Boyles, Shelby 1981 

Mr. Paul Lancaster, Kings Mountain 1981 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Bobby Seagroves, Chairman, Rt. 8, Shelby 1980 

Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 1979 

Rev. James Rice, Shelby 198 1 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Rev. Charles Freeman, Chairman, Boiling Springs 1979 

Mrs. Gene Elliott, Fallston 1979 

Rev. Bruce Rabon, Fallston 1980 

Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, Boiling Springs 1980 

Rev. Mai Schuman, Kings Mountain 1981 

Rev. Russell Hinton, Kings Mountain 1981 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Paul Sorrells, Chairman, Grover 1980 

Rev. J. E. Bishop, Shelby 1979 

Rev. Dan Wallace, Shelby 1979 

Rev. Clyde Bearden, Kings Mountain 1980 

Rev. Oliver Price, Lawndale 1981 

ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Donal Farrow, Chairman, Earl 1979 

Rev. Don Ledbetter, Lawndale 1980 

Rev. Eugene Land, Kings Mountain 1981 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Moderator 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

Mr. Frank Stroup, Music Chairman 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Mr. Dean Poteat, Chairman 1981 

Mr. Gary Gragg, Rt. 4, Shelby 1979 

Mr. Frank Cornwell, Kings Mountain 1979 

Miss Debbie Whisnant, Shelby 1980 

Rev. Woodrow Wall, Rt. 10, Shelby 1980 

Mr. Jim Southard, Lawndale 1981 

Mrs. Delores Pearson, Earl 1981 

YOUTH FOR CHRIST DIRECTOR 
Rev. Jerry King, Shelby 



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RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Harvey Beeler, Chairman, Grover 1980 

Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, Boiling Springs 1979 

Mrs. John Hendrick, Shelby 1981 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Lynn Ledford, Chairman, Rt. 4, Shelby 1979 

Rev. Max Linnens, Boiling Springs 1980 

Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Rt. 4, Shelby 1981 

Mrs. L. N. Buchannan, Shelby 1981 

Mrs. Eugene Roberts 1979 

Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 1980 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter, Chairman 

Miss Delores White 

Rev. Marion Adams 

Rev. Woodrow Wall 

Mr. Taft Putnam 



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ORGANIZATIONAL WORKERS 



SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director R ev - Royce Ballew, Waco 

Teacher Improvement Director .Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 

Outreach Director Rev. Bruce Harless, Shelby, N. C. 

VBS Director Rev. Randall Runions, Lawndale 

Homebound-Activities Director Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: 

Cradle Roll - 

Preschool #1 - 

Preschool #2 - 

Children #1 - Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Children #2 - Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Lattimore 

Youth - Mr. John Henderson, Jr., Shelby 

Adults - 

Telephone contact committee 

Lattimore Mrs. Nancy Freeman 

Polkville Mrs. Minor Gettys 

Shelby Mrs. Gean McSwain 

Waco Mrs. Leo Beattie 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Route 2 Box 272, Shelby 

New Member Orientation Rev. Robert Trexler, Boiling Springs 

Adult Leader Rev. Ed Sessom, Boiling Springs 

Leadership Training Rev. Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Music Director Ms. Sylvia Pittman, Shelby 

Pre-School Leader Mrs. June Sorrells, Grover 

Children's Leader Mrs. Tommy Moss, Shelby 

Youth Leadership Mr. Barry Padgett, Boiling Springs 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Mr. Willard Boyles, 403 Phifer Road, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Director Mr. Ken Crawley, Shelby 

Baptist Men's Director Mr. Joe Hamrick, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Jennings Brooks, Shelby 

R. A. Leader Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

R. A. Committee: 

Mr. Gary Stout, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 
Mr. Jimmy Hines, Shelby 



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Mr. Tommy McCoy, Shelby 
Mr. Barry Greene, Shelby 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. George Hamrick, First Baptist, Shelby 

Assistant Director Mrs. David Lucas, Ross Grove 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Beaver Dam 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Yancey Ellis, Zoar 

Baptist Young Women Director Miss Donnie Spears, Macedonia 

Assistant Baptist Young Women DirectorMrs. Joe Costner, Jr., Pleas- 
ant Grove 

Acteens Director Mrs. David Grose, First Baptist, Shelby 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Larry Morrison, Lawndale 

Assistant GA Director Ms. Linda Ellis, Lily Memorial 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Lily Memorial 

Assistant Missions Friends Director Mrs. Bobby Lail, Flint Hill 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Leonard Allen, Boiling Springs 

Assistant Mission Support Chairman . . .Mrs. George Rogers, Poplar 
Springs 

Mission Action Chairman Mrs. Randy Creswell, Bethel 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Flint Hill 

Trustees 

Mr. T. S. Putnam (1981) Lawndale 

Mr. George Hamrick(1980) Shelby 

Mr. J. A. West (1979) Shelby 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes Rev. J. C. Goare, Kings Mountain 

Home for the Aging Mr. Walter Davis, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital Dr. D. F. Hord, Kings Mountain 

Baptist Colleges Rev. Bob Abrams, Boiling Springs 

Annuity Board Rev. Paul Home, Kings Mountain 

Christian Literature Mr. A. L. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 

AUDITOR 

Hamrick and Redding Shelby 

CHAIRMAN OF LIBRARY COUNCIL 

Miss Bonnie Price Boiling Springs 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 



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HISTORIAN 

Dr. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 

Mr. Frank Stroup Shelby 

ORGANIST 

Mrs. Ellen McCurdy Kings Mountain 

Officers of the Pastors' Conference 



President: Woodrow Wall Rte. 10, Shelby 

Vice President: Ned Buckner Rte. 6, Shelby 

Secretary: Jerry King • • Shelby 

Officers of the Ministers' Wives 



President: Mrs. Woodrow Wall Rte. 10, Shelby 

Vice-President: Mrs. David Lucas Shelby 

Secretary: Mrs. W. J. Lockaby Shelby 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF 
EDUCATION AND YOUTH 



Charles E. Maples (AP) 5007 Bowen Dr., Shelby Bethel 

Donald W. Balltzglier (MY) Box 1972, Shelby Bethel 

Fred Tate (MR) Route 2, box 667, Kings Mountain Bethlehem 

Barry C. Padgett, Box 536, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

John D. Hunter (ME) Route 7, Box 298, Shelby Calvary 

Curt Bradford (MY) 701 Gardner St., Shelby Calvary 

Frank G. Stroup (MY) 243 N. Post Rd., Shelby Elizabeth 

Randall Ivey (AP) Route 5, Shelby Elliott Memorial 

Robert D. Williard (MY) Box 495, Boiling Springs Grover First 

R. Allen Jolley (ME, MR) 701 W. King St., Kings Mtn. Kings Mtn. First 
Robbie Moore (AP) Long Branch Road, Grover Love Valley 

George Melton (MR) Route 4, Box 337, Kings Mtn. Love Valley 

Delores White (ME, MY) Route 4, Box 203, Kings Mtn. Macedonia 
Jim White (MR) 304 Silver St., Kings Mountain Macedonia 

David Cruse (MY) Route 1, Box 274, Grover New Buffalo 

Gene Conner (MR) Route 3, Box 378, Kings Mtn. Oak Grove 

Duane Bradley (MY) Brittain Village, Shelby Patterson Springs 



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Bob Hendrick (MR) Box 203, Polkville Polkville 

Ronnie Prevost (ME) Box 794, Boiling Springs Poplar Springs 

W. A. Cooper, Jr. (ME) Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

Glenn Davenport (MY, MR) Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

W. J. McSwain (AP) Route 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 
Bruce Harless (ME, MY) Route 11, Box 342-6, Shelby Westview 

June Lail (MY) Zion 

Sylvia Pittman (ME) 807 Brittain Dr., Shelby Zoar 

Jenene Philbeck (MY) Route 6, Box 299, Shelby Zoar 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Richard Griswold, Box 319, Boiling Springs Bethel 

Dennis Ball, Box 387, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Jimmy Guild, Box 321, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Charles Dellinger, 709 Gardner Street, Shelby Calvary 

Tommy Moss, 802 Tryon Street, Shelby Calvary 

Tommy Mode, 609 W. Elm Street, Shelby Calvary 

David Rabb, Route 8, Shelby Calvary 

Michael Emery, Shelby Calvary 
Larry Haskin, Shelby Christian Freedom 

Randall Ivey, Route 5, Shelby Elliott Memorial 

Danny Alsup, Box 189, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Willie McLawhorn, Box 201, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Charlie Turner, Route 2, Box 332, Grover Grover First 

David Philbeck, Route 1, Box 359, Grover New Buffalo 

John B. Linderman, Jr., Route 1, Kings Mountain Oak View 

Toy Steven Bolton, 320 1-G Calumet Dr., Raleigh Patterson Grove 
John Franklin Bridges, 802 Katherine Ave., Kings MountainPatterson 

Gr. 

Roger Sailors, Route 3, Lawndale Plain View 

Billy Ramseur, Route 2, Lawndale Plain View 

Bobby Lowman, Jr., Route 5, Shelby Pleasant Grove 

Mackey Turner, Jr., Route 7, Shelby Pleasant Grove 

Don Byrd, Route 5, Shelby Polkville 

Solan Moss, Route 4, Box 115, Kings Mountain Temple 

Jerry Rockholt, 702 King St., Kings Mountain Temple 

Nicky Rudasill, Route 1, Lawndale Union 

W. S. McSwain, Route 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

MINISTERS DECEASED THIS YEAR 

Broadus Matthews Bethlehem 

W. P. Biggerstaff Polkville 

L. D. Scruggs Macedonia 



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MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 



Mike Tillman, Box 593, Route 1, Grover, N. C. 
Robert W. Moore, Route 1, Grover 
Robert J. Rumfeld, Box 18, Boiling Springs 
Forrest Ridings, 87 Spencer Ave., Gastonia 
James Hamrick, Route 1, Box 9, Kings Mountain 
Robbie Moore, Long Branch Road, Grover 
Boyd Lattimore, Jr., Box 308, Connelly Springs 



Allen Memorial 

Allen Memorial 

Boiling Springs 

Calvery 

Faith 

Love Valley 

Polkville 



MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 



Bobby Lowman, Jr., Route 5, Shelby 
Macky Turner, Jr., Route 7, Shelby 



Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant Grove 



ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING 
AS PASTORS 



Fletcher McGinnis, Caroleen Road, Ellenboro 

Glenn Short, 1214 Gidney St., Shelby 

Howard T. Cook, 1803 David Drive, Shelby 

R. W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs 

Garland Allen, Box 801, Boiling Springs 

Ernest Blankenship, Box 852, Boiling Springs 

P. A. Cline, Box 854, Boiling Springs 

S. L. Lamm, Box 173, Boiling Springs 

Robert Knott, Box 1, Boiling Springs 

R. F. Lancaster, Box 175, Boiling Springs 

Melvin Lutz, Box 923, Boiling Springs 

M. Van Murrell, Box 901, Boiling Springs 

James McAlister, Box 238, Boiling Springs 

Robert J. Rumfelt, Box 8, Boiling Springs 

Robert Trexler, Box 304, Boiling Springs 

C. W. Walker, Route 2, Shelby 

Craven E. Williams, Route 3, Riverbend Acres, Shelby 

Marlow Stroup, 505 Gardner St., Shelby 

Jimmy Coyle, 805 12 Gardner St., Shelby 

N. S. Hardin, Route 2, Kings Mountain 

T. W. Bray, 307 Clegg St., Shelby 

Cline W. Borders, Box 24, Shelby 

Paul E. Allen, Route 1 Box 423, Grover 



Beaver Dam 

Bethel 

Bethel 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Boiling Springs 

Calvary 

Calvary 

David 

Eastside Shelby 

Elizabeth 

Grover First 



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Reg Alexander, 510 Ellenwood Dr., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

First 

C. C. Crow, 206 N. Roxford Road, Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

First 



Alfred Wright, 316 Somerset Dr., Kings Mountain Kings 
Paul Johnson, 104 S. Goforth St., 
W. H. Redmond, 200 Fairview St 



Mountain 

First 

Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

First 
Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

Second 
Kings Mountain Second 
Lattimore 
Lattimore 
Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Grove 



Ira J. Falls, 407 E. Ridge St., Kings Mountain 
Hugh Harrill, Route 4, Shelby 
Warren Reid, Box 97, Lattimore, N. C. 
Yates Smith, Box 321, Grover 
W. V. Tarlton, Route 5, Shelby 

B. R. Holbrook, Route 3, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Stanley Webb, Route 2, Box 86-M, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Dan Proctor, Route 3, Shelby Poplar Springs 

J. E. Bishop, Route 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Ernest Smith, 502 Stroud Rcl., Shelby Poplar Springs 

Ronnie Prevost, Box 794, Boiling Springs Poplar Springs 

John R. Drayer, 806 Waters St., Shelby Shelby First 

Noel L. Lykins, Route 10, Shelby Shelby First 

Roland Leath, 208 Worthington St., Shelby Shelby First 

Forrest Feezor, 600 W. Sumter St., Shleby Shelby First 

Clint Newton, 612 Peach St., Shelby Shelby First 

Eugene Poston, 611 Tina Dr., Shelby Shelby First 

R. Albert Propst, Mystic, Conn. Shelby First 

Clarence Hoyle, 315 S. Martin St., Shelby Shelby First 

Max Burgin, 403 Lumpkin Rd., Ft. Benning, Ga. Union 

H. Davis, Route 2, Box 502, Kings Mountain Victory 

Sherman Ross, Route 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Yates Greene, Route 1, Lawndale Wallace Grove 

William B. McGinnis, 801 Hill St., Shelby Westview 

Robert Davis, 622 Annieline Dr., Shelby Westview 



MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE 
ASSOCIATION 



ALLEN MEMORIAL: Rev. Mike Tillman, Brady Lail, Mrs. George 
Fitch, Lynn Jones, Mrs. Jenny Jones 

BEAVER DAM: Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Mrs. Cullen Black, 
Mr and Mrs. W. Fletcher McGinnis, S.C. Hamrick, Mrs. Earl Bridges, 



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Mrs. J. P. McMurry, Mrs. Maggie Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson 

Wilson 

BETHLEHEM: Rev. Roland Leath, Bill McDaniel, Mrs. Annie 

McDaniel, Lamar Herndon, Mrs. Lamar Herndon, Piccola Blalock, 

Mrs. Maggie Lail, Emma Dixon 

BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. Max Linnens, Thirlen Osborne, Mrs. 

Hubert Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allen, Rev. S. L. Lamm, Dr. and 

Mrs. Wyan Washburn, Mrs. Gladys Morris 

BUFFALO: Rev. Ralph Lail, Bertha Lackey, Eldon Edison, Emily 

Edison, Sarah Williams, J. Y. Roper, James Williams 

CALVARY: Rev. and Mrs. Dan Wallace, Joan Tessenair 

CARPENTER'S GROVE: Mrs. Leslie Seagle, Texie Carpenter, Mr and 

Mrs. Carl Miller 

CASAR: Rev. Walter Hill, James C. Palmer, Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Floyd 

Warlick, Mary Warlick 

CHRISTIAN FREEDOM: Vernice Webb, Floyd Allmond, Annie Mae 

Daves, Vernice Dudley 

CHURCHILL DRIVE: Albert T. Wylie, Mrs. Albert T. Wylie, Mrs. 

Ken Grayson, Roy Lee Grigg, Mrs. Carol Mauney 

COMMUNITY: Rev. Glenn Ballard 

DAVID: Rev. and Mrs. Mai Schuman, Rev. N. S. Hardin, Mrs. Jackie 

McSwain, Mrs. E. E. Babb, Odessie McSwain, Dessie Harmon, Mr. and 

Mrs. Sam Lovelace 

DOUBLE SHOALS: Rev. Oliver Price, Mrs. A.P. Spangler, Mrs. Carl 

Spangler, E. Y. Spangler 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Kirby, Jr., Wesley Spargo, 

Mrs. Calvin W. Spargo, Mr and Mrs. C. C. Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. 

Baxter Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Brooks 

DOVER: Rev. T. J. Gasperson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bridges, Mrs. 

Ernest Blanton, Mrs. Loyd Mosteller, Mrs. Harol Wright, Mrs. 

Clarence Queen, Bessie Cartee, Mrs. J. C. McCraw 

EASTSIDE, SHELBY: Rev. W. W. Padgett, Mrs. J. A. McGaha, Mrs. J. 

Max Greene 

ELIZABETH: Rev. Fred Mauney, Frank Stroup, Joe Mauney, E. C. 

McClain, Mr. and Mrs. J. James Cornwell, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Osborne, 

Mrs. Dever Greene, Mrs. Recca Bingham, Rev. and Mrs. Cline 

Borders, Mrs. Bill Pearson, Mrs. Jean Mauney, Mrs. Gene Cox, Mrs. 

Carlton Beam 

EMMANUEL: Rev. Fred Cartee 

FALLSTON: Rev. Bruce Rabon, Hoyle H. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Syte 

D. Royster, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Spurling, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Beam, 

Yates Williams 

FLINT HILL: Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Sessom, Pearl Harrill, Ralph 

Harrill, Ralph Blanton, James F. Long, Gilbert Ledbetter, Maebelle 

Ledbetter, Mrs. Rex Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Gold, Mrs. 

Corene Hamrick 



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GROVER FIRST: Rev. Paul M. Sorrells, Mr. and Mrs. Hood Watter- 
son, Mrs. Beck Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Field, Charles L. Queen 
HIGHLAND: Rev. Paul Home 

IMMANUEL: Rev. James Rice, Tommy Pittman, Loyd Holman, 
Wilma Holman 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. J. C. Goare, Mrs. J. C. Goare, Mrs. Eugene 
Roberts, Mary McGill, Annie B. Roberts, Mrs. Glee A. Bridges, Mrs. B. 
O. Weaver 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Bearden, Allen 
Jolley, Mrs. W. D. Ledbetter, D. E. Tate, Paul G. Fulton, Kevin D. 
Rutledge, Fred Weaver, Dot Weaver, Annie Murphy 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: M. C. Wood, Beulah L. Wood, Cecil 
Owens, Mrs. Cecil Owens 

LATTIMORE: Rev. and Mrs. James P. Wall, III, Mrs. Harrill Blanton, 
Ernest Hardin 

LAWNDALE Charley Sandifer, Joy Sandifer, Fred Denton, Vela 
Covington 

LILY MEMORIAL: Rev. Marion Adams, Linda Ellis, Bill Grigg, Jean 
Grigg, Mrs. Kenneth Carter, Mamie Lou Allen 
LOVE VALLEY: Rev. and Mrs. Earl Redding 

MACEDONIA: Rev. Tom Patterson, Delores White, Ola Sullivan, Mrs. 
Gertrude Gore 

MIDVIEW: Rev. Fred Wells, Annie Goodlet 

MOUNT SINAI: Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Mrs. Velma Ellis, Mr. and 
Mrs. W. E. Clary, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bridges, Nell Fraser, Irene 
McSwain 

MULL'S MEMORIAL: Rev. Wade Dellinger, Mrs. Rachel Mode, Alma 
Queen, Talmadge Queen, Mrs. G. E. Wright, Mrs. Clyde Harris 
NEW BETHEL: Rev. Don Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Putnam, Mr. 
and Mrs. James Southard, Mrs. Cline Lee, Nell Carpenter, Ruby May 
Carpenter 

NEW BUFFALO: Velvia R. Martin, Robert L. Wells 
NEW HOPE: John Eaker, Mrs. John Eaker, Mrs. L. H. Gibson, Mrs. 
Lee Lavender, Mrs. Marion Morehead, Mrs. Wilburn Nochols 
NEW PROSPECT: Rev. M. T. Gales, Mrs. A. A. Carpenter 
NORMANS GROVE: Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Greene, Mrs. Ray Warlick, 
Mrs. Bessie Wellmon 

NORTHSIDE: Rev. Stanley Webb, Wanda Webb, Mrs. James E. 
Goforth, E. N. Barnette 

OAK GROVE: Rev. Russell Hinton, Willard Boyles, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. 
Ware, Mary Gibbons, Melvin Lovelace, Eva Mae Lovelace 
OAK VIEW: Rev. Ralph Staton, Glenn Spearman, Paul A. Hord, Jr., 
Minnie Morrow, John Caldwell, Ruth Ledford 
PATTERSON GROVE: Rev. Richard Plyer, Mrs. Annette H. Penner 






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PATTERSON SPRINGS: Rev. Harvey Beeler, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. 
Bowen, Duane Bradley, Neal Porter, Gertrude Porter 
PIEDMONT: Rev. and Mrs. Ansel Center, Ocie Hill, R. A. Navy, Vera 

Bedsole 

PLAINS VIEW: Rev. and Mrs. Randall Runion, Ethel Carpenter 

PLEASANT GROVE: Rev. W. V. Tarlton, Mrs. Otha williams, Lena 

Williams 

PLEASANT HILL: Rev. Ned A. Buckner, Watson Hamrick, Pearl 

Kendrick, Marvin Stroup, Alda N. Stroup 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Rev. and Mrs. Paul West, Brevard Hunt, Marie 

Home, Mozelle Greene, Alda Lookadoo, Juanita Mode, Mr. and Mrs. 

A. Y. Hamrick, Nora Early, Velda Holbrook, Ruby Black, Mabel Hunt, 

Anita West, Ellen Surratt, Tonie Humphries, Vernon Jones, Janice 

Humphries, Yates Webb, Bob Clary, Suzanne Green, Jerry Ellis, 

Forrest Mauney, Bobby Clary, Margaret Smith, Wayne B. Hunt, F. F. 

Lemons, Mrs. J. Z. Walker, Addie B.Jones, Wyvon Jones 

POLKVILLE: Rev. Alton Martin, I. A. Bradley, Mrs. Yates Horn, Ella 

Lee Burnette, Marie Davis, Mrs. Griffin Davis 

POPLAR SPRINGS: Dr. Clyde Chapman, Rev. J. E. Biship, Rev. and 

Mrs. Ernest Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Putnam, John W. Hamrick, Mr. 

and Mrs. Floyd Queen Sr., Mrs. Bonnie R. Price, Mollie Hamrick 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Rev. Johnny Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. 

Passmore, Mrs. J. R. Webber 

ROSS GROVE Rev. David E. Lucas, Lalene F. Grigg, Mrs. L. H. 

Ledford, Mrs. Hugh Conley 

SANDY PLAINS: Rev. and Mrs. Woody Wall, Mrs. Thomas Petty, Mr. 

and Mrs, J. B. Hoyle, Olna Price, Ethel Philbeck, Blanche Humphries 

SHELBY FIRST: Dr. Gene Watterson, Rev. Billy Cooper, Rev. Glenn 

Davenport, Mrs. George Hamrick, Robert G. Cabaniss, Lloyd C. Bost 

SHELBY SECOND: Rev. and Mrs. W.J. Lockaby, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. 

Poston, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Waters 

TEMPLE: Rev. S. Guy Walker, Mrs. Guy Walker, Mrs. Ethel Camp, 

Mae Fleming Mrs. Corbet Nicholson 

UNION: Rev. Ken Walters, Buford Hamrick, Nellie Weathers 

VICTORY: Rev. Eddie G. Grigg 

WACO: Rev. Royce Ballew, Mrs. G. G. Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. 

Whitworth 

WALLACE GROVE: Rev. Lero Hudson 

WESTVIEW: Rev. Jerry C. King, Bruce Harless, Rev. Bob Davis 

(Assoc, staff), J. B. Spangler 

ZION: Rev. and Mrs. Russell Fitts, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis, Mabel 

Wellmon, Maudie Cooper, E. K. McSwain, Mrs. M. D. Cabaniss, Sr. 

ZOAR: Rev. and Mrs. Dan Jolly, Sylvia Pittman, Charles A. Greene, 

Mrs. Hugh Dover, Mrs. Cindy Vassey, Mrs. Sim Siceloff 

PATHWAY (Mission): Rev. James L. Hamrick 



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VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 

Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Camp, Sandy Run Association 
James H. Camp, Mills Home, Baptist Children's Homes 



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OUR BELOVED DEAD 



ALLEN MEMORIAL 

Mr. Broadus Chambers 
Mr. Thurman Hamrick 

BEAVER DAM 

Mr. Coleman Brooks 
Miss Mary A. Brown 
Miss Gwendolyn Doggett 
Mr. Arbuth Blanton 
Mr. Fred Blanton 
Mrs. Thomas Gardner 
Mr. Leo Davis 

BETHANY 

Mr. Calvin Bolin 
Mrs. Helen English 

BETHEL 

Mr. Colon Bridges 
Mr. B. M. Kivett 
Mr. Wm. Yelton 
Mr. Ben Ledford 
Mr. William Marshall 
Mr. Ezell Smith 
Mr. Sam Carr 
Mr. Walter Wyatt 
Mr. Michael Bowling 
Mrs. Lillian Parker 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Mag McSwain 

Mr. Homer Harmon 

Mrs. J. D. Watterson 

Mrs. Brownie Whisnant 

Mrs. Emmitt Yarbro 

Mr. Broadus Matthews (Ordained 

Minister) 



BOILING SPRINGS 

Mrs. G. Thomas Greene 
Hubert Hamrick 
Jasper Hamrick 
Roland Hamrick 
Mrs. Floyd Hester 
Forrest Kelly 
Cyrus R. Ledbetter 
Elam C. Lovelace 
Mrs. Grady McSwain 
Mrs. Byron Wilson 

CALVARY 

Mr. Clyde W. Moore 
Mr. Lawrence Wright 
Mr. George Cook 
Mr. Hardy Kiser 
Mrs. Scofield Blanton 
Mr. Jack Bumgardner 

CARPENTER'S GROVE 

Mrs. C. E. Burns 
Mr. Troy Bradley 

CASAR 

Mrs. Claude Canipe 

CHURCHILL DRIVE 

Mrs. Audrey Smith 
Miss Patricia Smith 
Mrs. E. W. Ogburn 

COMMUNITY 

Kenneth Mellon 

DAVID 

Deacon W. A. McSwain 
Mr. Otis Barber 



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DOUBLE SPRINGS 

Mrs. John Ed Davis 
Mrs. Bessie Lovelace 
Mr. Yates Harrill 
Mrs. John Blanton,Sr. 

DOVER 

Mr. Jack Bumgardner 
Mr. Fred Waddell 
Mrs. Minnie Thurkill 
Mrs. W. L. Connor 
Mr. G. S. Shehan, Deacon 

EASTSIDE, KINGS MOUN- 
TAIN 

Mrs. Laura Mae Glenn 

EASTSIDE, SHELBY 

Mrs. Joe Hawkins 
Mrs. Joann Weaver 
Mrs. L. L. Lowrance 

ELIZABETH 

Mr. Jim Whisnant 

Mrs. J. R. Cline 

Mr. Talmadge Dedmon 

Mr. Richard Gardner 

Mrs. Raleigh Poston 

Mr. Tom Borders 

Mr. Garrett Williams 

Mr. Ed Causby 

Mr. Mike L. Borders (Deacon) 

Ms. Beth Cline 

Mrs. E. S. Elliott 

EMMANUEL 

Mrs. Catherine Jolley 

FAITH 

Mrs. Grace Upchurch 
Mr. Jack Husteller 

FALLSTON 

Mr. Herman Beam 



Mr. Lester Keever 
Mrs. J. C. Royster 

FLINT HILL 

Mr. Roy Dean Blanton 
Mr. Jarvis Pearson 
Mrs. Gladys Anthony 
Mrs. Euzelia Vinesette 
Miss Beatrice Waters 

GROVER FIRST 

Mr. Ben Wells 
Mrs. S. B. Crocker 
Mrs. Vera Gossell 
Mr. Frank Tessnear 
Mr. James Pinkelton 
Mr. Sam Beam 
Mr. Madison Cook 

HIGHLAND 

Mrs. Bertha Greenway 
Mrs. Nercia Thackerson 
Mr. Hubert Self 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Mr. Grier Sipes 
Mrs. Mary Cole 
Mr. George Sellers 
Mr. Lawrence Ledford 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND 

O. R. Gladden 
Paul Ramsey 
Willie Bowles 
Mrs. Johnnie Martin 
Mrs. Josie Barnett 

LATTIMORE 

Mr. Willard E. Mason (Deacon) 

Mr. Grady A. Bridges 

Miss Ada Jones 

Miss Margaret S. Lattimore 

Mr. Yates Cooper 

Mrs. Lawton Blanton 



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Mr. J. C. McSwain 
Mrs. Nettie Fite 

LAWNDALE 

Mrs. Evelena Buff 
Deacon Tom Lattimore 

LILY MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Marie Gamble 
Mr. Russell Walker 
Deacon Gary Whisnant 

LOVE VALLEY 

Mr. Henry Moss 
Mrs. Lula Van Dyke 

MACEDONIA 

Rev. L. D. Scruggs (Ordained 

Minister) 

Mr. Oscar Mathis 

Mr. Roy Smith 

MT. SINAI 

Mr. R. G. Weaver 
Mr. Corbet Mode 
Mr. Sam Putnam 

MULL'S MEMORIAL 

Mr. James Turner(Deacon) 

NEW BETHEL 
Mrs. Fairy Cline 
Mr. Charlie Lattimore 

NEW BUFFALO 
Mrs. Minnie Martin 



Mr. Keith Wright 
Mr. Charles Patterson 
Mrs. Kate Adylotte 
Mr. Odell Sepaugh 

NEW PROSPECT 
Mr. Marvin Kendrick 
Mrs. Will Beam 
Mrs. Horace Champion 

NORTHSIDE 

Mr. Cletus Clary 

NORMAN'S GROVE 

Mr. Roland Davis 
Mr. Franklin Willis 

OAK GROVE 

Mr. Glenn Lovelace 
Mrs. Georgia W. Welch 

OAK VIEW 

Mrs. Laura Spearman 
Mr. J. E. Wells 

PATTERSON GROVE 

Mrs. Alice Burton Carroll 
M. John Mearl Seism 

PATTERSON SPRINGS. 

Mr. Ira Bowen 

Mr. Hugh Ellis 

Mrs. Sarah Allen 

Mrs. Marcella Harlacker 

Mrs. Lois White 

Mrs. Lulu Clark 



NEW CAMP CREEK 

Doc McNeilly (Deacon) 

NEW HOPE 
Miss Veda Warren 
Mr. Andrew Blanton 
Mrs. Bessie W. Jones 



PIEDMONT: 

Mrs. Winnie Ayers, 

Mrs. Bessie Short 

Mr. Mexie Bedsole, 

Mr. David Huffstetler (Deacon) 



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PLAINS VIEW: 

Mr. David Harris 

PLEASANT GROVE: 

Mrs. Mattie Ware 
Mr. Colon Glascoe 

PLEASANT HILL: 

Mr. Martin Moore 
Mrs. Carrie Hamrick 
Mrs. J. J. Hicks 

PLEASANT RIDGE: 

Mrs. R. F. Hicks 
Mr. Joseph Hart 
Mr. Tilden White 

POLKVILLE: 

Mrs. Bertha Beam 

Rev. W. P. Biggerstaff (Ordained 

Minister) 

Mr. Roscoe Beaver 

POPLAR SPRINGS: 

Mr. R. A. Cobb 
Mrs. Mozelle Lemons 
Mrs. Joan Wease 
Mr. Donald Jones 
Mrs. Mallie Rogers 
Mr. T. W. Bryant 
Mrs. Minnie Mills 
Mr. Paul Hamrick 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: 

Mr. A. D. Holland (Deacon) 
Mr. Henry Braswell (Deacon) 
Mrs. Rosa Lee Whitaker 

ROSS GROVE: 

Mrs. George E. Sperling 
Mr. Carl Weathers 

SANDY PLAINS: 

Mr. Charles Comer 
Mr. J. D. Edwards 



Mrs. Thelma C. Brooks 
Mr. Stephen F. Parket 
Deacon Sam Proctor 

SHELBY FIRST: 

Mr. Glenn Jenkins 

Miss Lottie Mae Hendrick 

Mrs. Carl R. Stroup 

Mr. G. R. Logan 

Mrs. John C. Jones 

Mrs. Norris D. Lackey 

Mrs. Jesse E. Bridges 

Mrs. G. B. Young 

Mr. J. F. Abernathy (Deacon) 

Mrs. Oscar Evans 

Mr. K. K. Keeter (Deacon) 

Mr. John L. Hawkins (Deacon) 

Mrs. Will L. Queen 

Mrs. Helen D. King 

Mr. D. Robertson 

Mrs. James S. Ware 

Mrs. Yates Blanton 

Mr. Howell Hoyle 

Mrs. D. H. Cline 

Mrs. Lucy Philbeck 

Mr. R. K. Landis 

Mr. Robert N. Hawkins 

Mr. James M. Hall 

Mr. D. C. Webb 

Mrs. Lloyd L. Lutz 

Mr. O. E. Lee 

Mrs. John Mode 

Mrs. L. S. Cooke 

Mr. R. P. Randall 

Mr. Cecil L. Gilliatt (Deacon) 

SHELBY SECOND: 

Mr. William Shields 

Mrs. Carl Hughes 

Mrs. Daisy Hyder Morrison 

Mr. Dick Patterson 

Mrs. Clarence Scruggs 

Mrs. M. P. Williams 



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TEMPLE: 


WESTVIEW: 


Deacon Worth Morehead 


Mr. Miller Jones 


Mr. Luke Hoyle 


Mr. Albert Scruggs 


Mr. Dillard Barnette 




Mrs. Lillie Mae Curry 


ZION: 




Deacon Frank Cornwell 


UNION 


Miss Aileen Cabaniss 


Mr. Jennings Weathers 


Mrs. Rith Hendrick 


Mr. Walter Bridges 


Miss Lyda Poston 


WACO: 


ZOAR: 


Mr. Leo Beattie 


Mr. Bill Grayson 


Mr. Joe Beam 


Mr. Preston Humphries 


Mrs. Ernest C. Barrett 


Mr. Harvey Allen 




Mr. Cletus Brooks 


WALLACE GROVE: 


Mr. Vaney Porter 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 



ALLEN MEMORIAL: Call new pastor. Bought church bus (van). 

Ordained 2 ministers 

BETHEL: Sunday School area in activities building 

CALVARY: Rev. John D. Hunter came as minister of education and 

evangelism. 

COMMUNITY: Added on and remodeled church. Purchased new 

pulpit furniture. 

DOVER: Rev. T.J. Gasperson assumed pastorate December 18, 1977. 

FLINT HILL: Demolished old church building. Rough graded church 

yard and parking. Graded highway in front of church. 

GROVER FIRST: Paid off church debt. 

EMMANUEL: Acquired property for building. 

LILY MEMORIAL: Paid off church debt. Redecorated all buildings 

outside. Redecorated sanctuary. 

MULLS MEMORIAL: A new organ was dedicated in memorian of 

James Turner. 

OAK VIEW Rev. Larry Nunn resigned as pastor October, 1977. Rev. 

D. C. Wesson served as interim from February to April, 1978. Rev. 

Ralph Staton called as pastor April, 1978. Mr. John B. Linderman 

volunteered as Missionary Journeyman to Austria. 

PATTERSON GROVE Renovated interior of educational building: 

painted, carpeted, tiled, refurnished dining hall and kitchen, etc. 

Observed Pastor Appreciation Day to honor completion of 15 years 

service. Gave him a Grandfather Clock. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Formed Long Range Planning Committee. 

Called Duane Bradley to serve as minister of music and youth. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Licensed two young men for the ministry. 

Painted church interior. 

POLKVILLE: Air conditioned parsonage and educational building. 

Carpeted floors in parsonage. Ordained Boyd L. Lattimor, Jr. to 

ministry 

SANDY PLAINS: Retirement of debt for refurnishing of sanctuary 

and its furnishings. 

SHELBY FIRST: Purchased additonal property - lot on N. 

Washington Street across from church. Began =round the clock = 

Intercessory Prayer Ministry. 

UNION: Burning of parsonage note. Bought grand piano. 

Victory; placed steeple on building and minor changes. 

ZOAR: Called a Minister of Music-Education. Completed renovation 

of educational building and auditorium. Voted to build additional 

space for pastor's study, secretary and minister of music-education. 



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CONSTITUTION 

Preamble 

We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of 
Cleveland, State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do 
hereby propose to establish and maintain the principles and rules of 
order of a district Association in conformity to the following plan: 

ARTICLE I NAME 



The name of this body shall be the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association. 

ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State 
and Southern Baptist Convention in the promotion of Christian 
Missions at home and abroad and in any other related objects such as 
evangelism, Christian Education, Benevolent Enterprises, and Social 
Services, which it may deem proper and a desirable for the furtherance 
of the Kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1 : The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
churches in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall 
apply to the Membership Committee. Application should include: 

1. Formal action by the group seeking admission reflecting that 75% 
of those voting expresses their intent to cooperate. 

2. A written statement reflecting their beliefs and practices. 

3. A written statement that expresses their intent to cooperate. 

4. A willingness to meet with Membership Committee to discuss 
other items of mutual interest to both parties. 

The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking 
its services and be willing to present a statement of Baptist belief and 
practice and what it means to cooperate with the churches in the 
Association in a world-wide mission program. If recommended by this 
committee and accepted by the Association, a mission or a church shall 
agree to come under the watchcare shall be entitled to all rights and 
privileges of the Association except their members shall not hold office 
nor vote. 



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Section 3. The Association shall be the sold judge of its membership 
and may receive churches, or reject churches, according to its 
constitution and by-laws. Member churches may also withdraw as they 
desire, and if requested, the Associational Executive Board may grant 
letters of recommendation to other like associations. 

ARTICLE IV MEETINGS 

Section 1 : The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and 
Wednesday after the third Sunday in October and continue until the 
business of the Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or 
Executive Board provided two weeks notice is given to the member 
churches. 

Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, 
two messengers to the meetings of the Association for each 50 members 
of the church, provided each church shall not have less than three nor 
more than ten messengers. These shall constitute the voting body of 
the Association. The names of messengers printed in the minutes shall 
include only those in attendance and registering at the Associational 
meeting. 

ARTICLE V AUTHORITY 

Each church in this Association is independent and sovereign in its 
own affairs, and the Association has no authority over the churches 
except as provided in this Constitution in Article III, Section 2 and 3. 

ARTICLE VI OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTIONS 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, 
Clerk-Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, Sun- 
day School Director, Chairman of the Library Council, Baptist Youth 
for Christ Director, and Parliamentarian. 

Section 2 : The officers shall be elected on the morning of the last day 
of the annual meeting for a term of one year each. The nominees shall 
be contacted and nominated by the Committee on Nominations 
(By-Law, Section 6) except the Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk- 
Treasurer. WMU Director and Brotherhood Director shall be nomi- 
nated and contacted for acceptance by their respective organizations 
and presented by the Committee on Nominations with their report of 
nominees. Committee nominations shall not preclude nominations 
from the floor. 

Section 3: The newly elected Moderator, Vice- Moderator, Clerk/ 
Treasurer shall assume at the close of the annual session all duties 



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incumbent upon them relating to the work of the ensuing associational 
year. All other officers shall assume all duties incumbent upon them 
relating to the work of the ensuing year on the following January 1. 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be 
ineligible for re-election for two years. 

ARTICLE VII TRUSTEES AND THEIR ELECTION 

There shall be three Trustees of the Association, one preferably a 
lawyer, serving terms of three years each on a rotating basis. On 
nomination by the Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall 
be elected at the Annual Meeting, no trustee being eligible to succeed 
himself until after the lapse of one year. The expiration date of each 
trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the Associational 
Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII THE ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Associational Executive Board shall be composed of all Associa- 
tional officers (Article VI, Section 1), the Associational Director of 
Missions, the Christian Social Ministries Director, (ex officio without 
voting privileges), each active pastor, two members chosen by each 
member church from its membership and certified to the Association 
in its annual report, and chairmen of all standing committees of the 
Association. The Associational Executive Board shall have the author- 
ity to act for the Association between sessions, except as limited by the 
Constitution. Associational Executive Board members are the con- 
necting link between the Association and the churches. Executive 
Board members should represent the churches to the Association. 
Executive Board members should act as representatives for the 
Associational Executive Board members to promote the programs, 
represent the needs and report to the churches concerning the work 
and ministry of the Association. Executive Board members should seek 
acceptable means of representing the Association to their respective 
fellowships. It shall be the duty of the Associational Executive Board to 
meet quarterly and to make reports and recommendations to the 
Association in its annual meeting. 

The quarterly meetings will be in October, January, April, and July, 
on Monday after the third Sunday. 

ARTICLE IX COMMITTEES 

Section 1 : The Association shall have the following standing com- 
mittees, with their terms of office being from the close of the annual 
meeting through the following annual meeting. 



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A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by 
the Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Order of Business and Program Committee (By-Law IV, Section 

1) 

;2) Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 
3) Evangelism Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 
;4) Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 
;5) Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 
[6) Nominating Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 
7) Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 
(8) Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 
;9) Calendar Committee (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

10) Resolutions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

11) Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

12) Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

13) Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

14) Christian Social Ministry Committee (By-Law IV, Section 17) 

15) Church Reconciliation Committee (By-Law IV, Section 18) 

16) Mission Committee (By-Law IV, Section 19) 

17) Recreation and Drama Committee (By-Law IV, Section 20) 

18) Any other committee authorized by the Association. 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting, 
Committee on Committees. (By-Law IV, Section 14). 

Section 2: The following committee shall be appointed by the 
Moderator at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve 
during the annual meeting: 

(1) Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16) 

ARTICLE X AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to this constitution may be made at any annual session 
of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting 
members present. Proposed changes must be presented to the Associ- 
ation on the first day and voted upon by a standing vote of the 
Association on the last day. It is recommended that all proposed 
changes first be submitted to the Constitution Committee. 



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BY-LAWS 

By-Law I PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's rules 
for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association 
prescribed otherwise. 

By-Law II ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational Year shall begin October 1 and close September 
30. 

By-Law III DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1 : The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the body 
according to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on 
Committees and Committee on Enrollment. He shall be the Chairman 
of the Associational Executive Board and be an ex officio (Without 
voting privileges) member of all other committees. Upon completion of 
his term of office, the Moderator shall become a member-at-large (for 
two years) of the Missions Committee, Executive, and the Executive 
Board. 

Section 2: The Vice- Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure, of the Moderator, and shall be the Vice -Chairman of the 
Executive Board. 

Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to 
the member churches at least a month before the Association's annual 
meeting, distribute at the annual meeting copies of the digest of these 
reports, make an accurate record of the proceedings of the Association, 
supervise the printing and distributing of Minutes to the member 
churches, keep on file copies of Minutes, records, and other documents 
of the Association, and shall also serve as Secretary of the Executive 
Board. He shall inform all members elected to office or appointed to 
serve on committees of such action. He shall receive and bank all funds 
of the Association in the name of the Association; disburse the same 
upon instructions from the Association, its Executive Board, or as 
designated in the Budget (no money is to be disbursed which is not 
included in the budget except upon recommendation of the Finance 
Committee to the Executive Board of the Association in Annual 
Session); render an accurate report of receipts and disbursements and 
distribute same at the annual meeting and give a report at each 
quarterly Executive Board meeting and keep books available and 
up-to-date for examination. 



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Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Association Year, 
make an audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association 
in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical date on 
the Association and its churches, and make a written report to each 
annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 6: The Sunday School Director shall cooperate with the 
Director of Missions in promoting the work of the Sunday School 
Department. This officer shall attend the Executive Committee 
meetings and offer creative plans to this committee that would 
promote this work. 

The Associational Sunday School should assist church leaders to be 
more effective in their responsibility. This should include: 

1. Provide opportunities for fellowship and inspiration. 

2. Interpret the Sunday School Program. 

3. Train Sunday School leaders. 

4. Consult with Sunday School leaders concerning their program. 

5. Provide organization and leadership for cooperative work among 
the churches. 

Section 7: The Church Training department shall cooperate with 
the Director of Missions in promoting the work of the Church Training 
Department by the Executive Committee of the Association is carried 
out and that the on-going work of this department is maintained at all 
times. 

Section 8: The Music Director shall provide leadership for the 
Association in session and when requested at other times during the 
year. This officer shall attend the Executive Committee meeting and 
offer creative plans to this Committee that would promote the work. 
He shall encourage music growth in the churches throughout the year 
and shall make a written report to the annual meeting. 

Section 9: The Brotherhood Director shall cooperate with the 
Director of Missions in promoting the work of men and boys in the 
churches. The officer shall attend the Executive Committee meetings 
and offer creative plans to promote the development of men and boys 
and an awareness of world missions needs. 

Section 10: The Woman's Missionary Union Director serves on the 
Executive Committee of the Association and works with the Director of 
Missions; leads the WMU Council; confers with other associational 
WMU officers and assists them in their work; leads in providing 
opportunities for leaders and members of church WMUs to have 
fellowship and receive inspiration concerning their mutual missions 
task; leads in interpreting the WMU program to church leaders; leads 
in training church WMU workers and members; consults with church 
leaders concerning initiation of WMU work and the improvement of 



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existing work; presides at and plans for associational meeting, leads in 
associational WMU annual planning; leads in discovering mission 
aition needs and in coordinating the work being done; and reports 
progress of WMU work to the association and serves as contact between 
the association and state WMU. 

Section 11: The Chairman of the Library Council shall promote the 
beginning and maintenance of church libraries in the churches; 
provides training opportunities for church librarians; maintain and 
develop the associational library; attend the Executive Committee 
meetings; cooperate with the Director of Missions and make an annual 
report to the association at its annual session. 

Section 12: The Baptist Youth for Christ Director shall, under the 
supervision of the Director of Missions; guide and promote the youth 
activities of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. Such activities 
may include: 

1. Youth Council sessions 

2. Bi-monthly sessions of Youth for Christ in local churches. 

3. A Kairos Crusade for Christ every 3 to 5 years. 

4. Mission Vacation Bible School and/or Backyard VBS. 

5. Sponsorship of a booth at Cleveland County Fair each October. 
Council, Director of Missions, and Executive Committee deems 
necessary to foster a positive Christian witness for Christ. 

Section 13; The Parliamentarian shall, at the annual meeting of the 
Association, rule on all questions of parliamentary procedure which 
shall arise during the sessions. The Parliamentarian shall serve as a 
resource person to the churches and shall, upon request, advise and 
assist the churches on matters of parliamentary procedure. 

Section 14: Vacancies occurring between annual sessions shall be 
filed by the Executive Board except the office of Moderator, in which 
case the Vice- Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 

By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section 1: THE ORDER OF BUSINESS AND PROGRAM 
COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members and the Mod- 
erator, Clerk, and the Associational Music Director. It shall rotate the 
place of meeting among the groups of chuches with the host church 
being determined by the group. It shall recommend the Preacher and 
the alternate for the annual sermon. It shall prepare a printed program 
for the Annual Meeting for the Association which shall be sent to all 
persons on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the 
annual meeting. It shall, on the opening day of the Annual Meeting of 
the Association, present the printed program for adoption and serve 
through the session when adjustments in the order of business become 



38 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

necessary, This Committee will be responsible for promoting the 
annual meeting through the various news media. 
Section 2: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

(1) Shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- Moderator, Clerk/ 
Treasurer, Music Director, Sunday School Director, Church Training 
Director, Brotherhood Director, WMU Director, Baptist Youth for 
Christ director, Chairperson of the Christian Social Ministry Commit- 
tee; President of the Pastor's Conference, Chairman of the Nominating 
Committee, Chairman of Committee on Committees, Chairman of 
Christian Life Committee, Chairman of Membership Committee, 
Chairman of Finance Committee, and Chairman of Evangelism. 

(2) When without a Director of Missions, this Committee shall seek 
out and recommend to the Association, or its Executive Board, for 
election of a new Director of Missions according to By-Law VI, Section 
11. 

(3) It shall administer all matters referred to it by the Association or 
Executive Board and act on routine or emergency matters concerning 
business management, approve employment of all office personnel, 
deal with problems relating to personnel, and maintain adequate 
equipment for the office. It shall meet regular by not less than 
quarterly, but a quorum of seven is necessary to transact business. 

Section 3: THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE, composed of 6 
members, shall promote the work of Evangelism in the churches and 
the Association in cooperation with the State Department of 
Evangelism. All plans and programs to be subject to the approval of the 
Association or its Executive Board. 

Section 4: THE FINANCE COMMITTEE, composed of three 
members, with the treasurer shall study the Association's financial 
needs of an adequate program, present a budget to the Association for 
the following year, devise plans for securing the cooperation of the 
churches in raising funds to meet the budget, and make a written 
report to the annual meeting. 

The Committee shall be prepared to assist any church within the 
association, upon request, with the stewardship programs offered by 
the Convention. 

The Committee shall express gratitude to the churches for their 
stewardship development that enables them to participate in local, 
home, and foreign missions. 

Section 5: THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE, composed of five 
members, with the pastor of the home church (the church of which the 
candidate is a member), Director of Missions, and deacons of the home 
and requesting churches* shall, when requested by a member church, 
assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the 
Gospel Ministry. 



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The Committee requires that it receive a copy of that portion of the 
Minutes, signed by the clerk, of the church conference at which the 
home church voted to request examination of the candidate. 

The Committee requires that the candidate be called by a church for 
ministry before requesting examination. 

The Chairman shall notify the candidate of the time, place, and 
procedure. 

The Committee suggests that the candidate be questioned at least 
two weeks prior to his ordination. 

The Committee shall question the candidate about his conversion, 
his call, his priorities, his doctrine, and his personal life. The Commit- 
tee may also counsel the candidate. 

The candidate should feel free to seek advice from the Committee 
regarding any area of the ministry. 

In every instance, the Committee shall be guided by the Scripture, 
especially I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9. 

The Committee shall give written notice to the home church as to 
whether or not it recommends that the church proceed with the 
ordination. 

The Chairman shall report the Committee's activities to the Execu- 
tive Board quarterly and provide a written report for the annual 
meeting. 

Section 6: THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE, composed of 6 
members, shall contact before and nominate on the last day of the 
annual meeting of the Association the officers of the Association 
according to Articles VI and VIII of the Constitution. This Committee, 
shall also, in cooperation with the Nominating Committee of various 
departments except the WMU and Brotherhood organizations, re- 
commend workers for these various The officers and workers of these 
respective organization shall be nominated by the organization them- 
selves and submitted to the Nominating Committee. (Article VI, 
Section 1). It shall also nominate Associational Representatives for the 
various institutions and agencies of our convention and members of 
the General Board of our Baptist State Convention. This Committee 
shall also assist the Executive Board in filling vacancies which occur 
between annual meetings of the Association. This Committee's nomi- 
nations shall not preclude other nominations from the floor. 

Section 7: THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE, composed of 3 
members, shall be available to study changes or revisions in the 
Constitution, and to make recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE, composed of 5 
members, shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and 
By-Laws. The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups 
seeking its services and be willing to present a statement of Baptist faith 



40 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

and practice and what it means to cooperate with other churches in the 
Association in a world-wide mission program. The Membership 
Committee shall annually review all churches and missions under the 
watchcare of the Association and may present them for membership 
within the Association or that they continue under the watchcare. 

Section 9: THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
the following Associational officers: Sunday School Director, Church 
Training Director, WMU Director, Brotherhoood Director, Music 
Director, and Vice- Moderator as Chairman. This committee shall work 
out as soon as possible each year an Association Calendar for the 
coming year and present same to the Executive Board for adoption. 

Section 10: THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE composed of 3 
members, shall draw up and present to the Association resolutions of 
appreciation; plan and promote the work of the committee in an 
annual planning meeting; and present resolutions of appreciation to 
individuals, organizations, and churches when there are events worthy 
of commendation. 

Section 11: THE HISTORICAL COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of the Historian as chairman and 6 other members. It shall be the duty 
of the Historical Committee to collect, compile, and preserve all 
materials of interest to the Association and member churches. It shall 
make its report at the Annual Association meeting. 

Section 12: THE SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE, com- 
posed of 3 members, shall publicize study courses and programs that 
are available; and shall plan, provide and promote Seminary Extension 
studies as they may be desired. 

Section 13: THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE, composed of 6 
members, will give continual attention to the moral climate of the 
community and shall initiate necessary action to maintain and improve 
the climate. The committee shall commend those persons and institu- 
tions that uphold Christian virtue, and shall support the churches in 
the teaching of Christian personal and social righteousness. 

Section 14: THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES; composed of 
5 members, shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution 
(Article IX, Section 1), and shall assist the Executive Board in filling 
vacancies on all standing committees occurring between sessions. This 
committee shall also name the Chairman of each committee. 

Section 15: TELEPHONE CONTACT COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of one person from each group of churches in the 
Association (6). These committee members shall relay messages to 
pastors and key leaders during the year. All messages to be sent should 
be cleared with the Director of Missions. 

Section 16: THE ENROLLMENT COMMITTEE shall prepare for 
and direct the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 



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Section 17: THE CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRY COMMIT- 
TEE, composed of 6 members, shall assist the CSM Director in the 
planning, promoting and correlation of the Christian Social Ministry 
programs This is to be a subcommittee of the Associational Missions 
Committee, with the Chairperson of the CSM Committee serving as a 
member of the Missions Committee. Ex officio members shall be the 
Moderator and the Director of Missions. 

Section 18: THE CHURCH RECONCILIATION COMMITTEE 
shall be composed of the present Moderator as chairman, two 
immediate past Moderators and two lay persons to be appointed 
annually by the above stated members. The chairman will report to the 
Executive Committee or the Executive Board the names of those lay 
persons appointed. This committee will be open to any person or 
persons of a member church seeking assistance with problems related 
to their church. 

Section 19: THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be made up of the 
following members: The Director of Missions will be the chairman, 
without voting privileges; Moderator; Vice- Moderator; Clerk- 
Treasurer; Finance Committee Chairman; Chairperson of CSM 
Committee ; Sunday School Director; Church Training Director; 
Brotherhood Director; WMU Director; and President of the Pastor's 
Conference. 

This Committee is to be available as a sounding board, to support the 
Director of Missions as a person (as well as an officer in the 
Association), provide feed-back concerning Associational programs 
and activities, conveying suggestions from the Association, and offer- 
ing support in projecting programs to the Executive Committee and/or 
Executive Board. The Missions Committee shall seek to determine 
areas of need within and without the Association and formulate 
recommendations to the Associational Executive Committee. This 
responsibility includes recommending the purchase of land for future 
church development to the Associational Executive Committee. The 
Missions Committee has no authority other than to make recommen- 
dations to the Executive Committee or the Executive Board. The 
Committee may be called together at the discretion of the Chairman or 
determine its own meeting time and place. 

Section 20: THE RECREATION AND DRAMA COMMITTEE 
shall promote a program of Christian recreation and drama in the 
churches. The Committee shall regard recreation and drama as a 
means, not programs as a way to teach, a means of witnessing and an 
avenue of expressing the abundant Christian life. The Recreation and 
Drama Committee shall be responsible to give assistance to any church 
that should request help in the area of recreation and drama. The 
Committee's responsibilities shall include fellowships, Senior Adults, 
retreats, crafts, drama workshops and other assignments of the 
Association, if asked. The Chairman of the Recreation and Drama 



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Committee shall plan with the Director of Missions and give a report of 
the Committee's activities at the Executive Board quarterly meetings. 
Section 2 1 : Members of all these committees, except those appointed 
by the Moderator, shall be elected to serve not more than three years on 
a rotating basis. 

By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, 
money, endowment, or other securities of said Association, and they 
shall handle all legal matters of the Association under the direction of 
the Association or its Executive Board. 

By-Law VI DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Section 1 : His selection shall be upon the recommendation of the 
Executive Committee and on vote by the Association at its annual 
meeting, or between sessions of the Association, by its Executive Board. 
His time of office shall continue until terminated by mutual consent or 
request of either party. He shall be a member of all committees and 
organizations of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. 

By-Law VII DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRY 

Section 1: Employment.. .The Director of CSM shall be jointly 
ehployed by the Association, the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina and the Home Mission Board. The employee should be 
elected to work until the sponsoring groups mutually agree to cease the 
tenure of service or the employee resigns. The CSM Director shall 
work under the supervision of the Director of Missions and in 
compliance with the Job Description provided by the State and 
Association. 

Section 2: Basic Function. ..The basic functions are to work with the 
CSM Committee to organize, supervise and promote a program of 
activities to meet the spiritual, educational, emotional and physical 
needs of the people within the geographical boundaries of the 
Association. 

Section 3: The CSM Director shall be an ex officio member of the 
Associational Executive Board, Associational Executive Committee 
and Missions Committee without voting privileges. 

Section 4: When without a Christian Social Ministries Director, the 
Associational Executive Committee shall be responsible for the ap- 
pointment of a Search Committee to seek a person to serve as Christian 
Social Ministries Director according to By-Law VII Section 1 and 2. 



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By-Law VIII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the 
Annual Meeting by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 

By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1 : The business session of the Association shall be opened 
and closed with prayer. 

Section 2: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the 
Association shall be submittee in writing if requested by the Moderator. 

Section 3: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject 
except by permission of the Association. 

Section 4: Messengers present from half the churches shall consti- 
tute a quorum. 

Section 5: Unless the Association decides otherwise, annual Sessions 
shall be held on a rotating basis with a church or churches in each of the 
six Associational Groups as follows: Polkville, Lattimore, Shelby, Kings 
Mountain, Grover, and Waco. 

By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. 



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PROCEEDINGS 
PLEASANT RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 



October 17-18, 1978 
Tuesday Afternoon 

1. Mrs. Wallace Horn rendered a program of organ music as 
messengers and visitors gathered in Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church for 
the 628th Annual Session of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

2. Moderator William B. McDaniel called the meeting to order at 3 
P.M. 

3. Reverend Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "Praise 
Him, Praise Him", accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Horn. 

4. Reverend Ralph Staton, pastor of Oak View Baptist Church, read 
the scripture, I Corinthians 12:1-23. 

5. Reverend Tom Patterson, pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church, 
led the opening prayer. 

6. Reverend C. O.Greene, pastor of Norman's Grove Baptist Church 
and a member of the Order of Business Committee, moved that the 
printed program with two changes made now and any other changes as 
may be necessary be the order of business for this 128th annual session 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

7. Moderator William McDaniel appointed the Committee on 
Committees: Roland Leath, chairman; Katy Ruth Dixon; Evelyn 
Jackson; Edwin Moore and Kenneth Ledford. 

8. Reverend C. A. Kirby, pastor of Double Springs Baptist Church 
and chairman of the Constitution Committee, presented the proposed 
constitution changes to be voted on tomorrow. 

9. Reverend Dan Jolly, vice- moderator and pastor of the Zoar Baptist 
Church, gave the General Board report in the absence of the 
Clerk-treasurer, Joseph Cabaniss. 

10. Reverend J. C. Goare, pastor of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Church, gave the report of the Nominating Committee, moving its 
adoption. The motion carried. That report is found elsewhere in this 
volume. 

11. Reverend Fred Mauney, pastor of Elizabeth Baptist Church and 
chairman of the Membership Committee, gave that committee's 
report. He moved the adoption of his report. There was a second and it 
carried. That report is found elsewhere in this volume. 



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12. Dr. Wyan Washburn gave the Historian's Report. That report is 
found elsewhere in this volume. 

13. A report on enrollment showed 255 messengers, 34 visitors for a 
total of 289 registered. 

14. Reverend Cline Borders, Director of Missions, gave a digest of 
the Church Letters received up to now. This total does not include five 
churches whose letters were not in. 

15. Reverend Bob Davis, Christian Social Ministries Director, gave 
his report. That report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

16. Reverend Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing these 
hymns: "Why Do I Sing About Jesus?", "Saved, Saved!", and "How 
Great Thou Art!" 

17. Reverend Richard Plyler, pastor of Patterson Grove Baptist 
Church and chairman of the General Building Committee, reported 
on the activities of his committee. He reported that they have visited 
three associational offices to view their facilities; selected an architect 
(Vaughn, Talley Associates), approved a floor plan and exterior sketch 
for the new associational office building. Mr. Plyler asked the people to 
pray for the committee. 

18. The following organization reports were given: 

Sunday School: Royce Ballew 
Church Training: Broadus Heatherly 
These reports are found elsewhere in this volume. 

19. Moderator McDaniel welcomed these new pastors and staff 
members and their wives: Russell and Mary Fitts, Zion; Bob Davis, 
Christian Social Ministries Director; Stanley and Wanda Webb, Nor- 
thside; Sylvia Pittman, Zoar; Ralph Staton, Oak View; Tom Patterson, 
Macedonia; T. J. Gasperson, Dover; Mike Tillman, Allen Memorial. 
Mr. McDaniel also recognized Mrs. Rollins, Waco, for having attended 
40 consecutive years, and J. Y. Roper for having attended 37 years. He 
also expressed appreciation for the retired pastors in the association. 

20. Director of Missions Cline Borders shared some of the exciting 
things that are happening in the association: 

The work of our new Christian Social Ministries Director, Bob 

Davis. 

Our proposed building program. 

Small group work. (Pastors, pastors' wives, lay persons-possibility 

of beginning a fifth 'Growing Through Grief group) 

The response on the part of the associational leadership to the 

training opportunities at Ridgecrest. 

Our Bold Missions Goals: double baptisms by 1982; increase 

Sunday School enrollment by 22% by 1982; double Cooperative 
Program gifts by 1982; double church gifts by 1982; and double gifts to 
the association by 1982. 



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Increased giving by churches to the associational ministry. 

Some have tripled, others doubled, others are working at achieving 
3%. Mr. Borders expressed gratitude to the Association for allowing 
him to be Director of Missions of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association. 

21. Mrs. Bonnie Price gave the Church Library Report. That report 
is found elsewhere in this volume. 

22. Dr. Gene Watterson, pastor of First Baptist Church, Shelby, 
brought the afternoon message on "Bible Basis for Bold Missions". 

23. Reverend Paul West, host pastor, gave the benediction with 
directions and thanks for the evening meal which was provided by the 
churches of the Lattimore group of churches. 

TUESDAY EVENING 

First Baptist Church, Shelby 

24. Mr. Bob Decker provided piano music as messengers and visittrs 
gathered in the First Baptist Church of Shelby for the epening session 
of the 128th annual session of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

25. Moderator Bill McDaniel called the meeting to order, welcomed 
the messengers and visitors to the session and led the opening prayer. 

26. Frank Stroup led the opening hymn. 

27. Reverend Bob Davis presented a filmstrip, "Bold Missions". 

28. Reverend Cline Borders led in the presentation of Bold Mission 
goals for the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

29. Mr. Frank Stroup led a nearly 100-voice choir from the various 
churches of the association in presenting the musical, " Bold Mission". 

30. Reverend Cecil Seagle, pastor of the Mulberry Baptist Church of 
Charlotte, brought the evening message on "Bold Missions in our 
Jerusalem", using Luke 19 as the basis for his message. 

31. Dr. Forest Feezor led the closing prayer. 

WEDNESDAY MORNING 

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 

32. Mrs. Wallace Horn rendered organ music as messengers again 
assembled in Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church for the Wednesday 
morning session of Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

33. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "Amazing Grace", 
accompained at the organ by Mrs. Horn. 

34. Reverend Mike Tillman, pastor of the Allen Memorial Baptist 
Church, read the scripture taken from Matthew 14:22. 



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35. Reverend Walter Hill, pastor of the Casar Baptist Church, led the 
opening prayer. 

36. Several announcements were made of materials and services 
available to messengers. 

37. These organizational reports were made: 
Brotherhood: Willard Boyles 

WMU: Mrs. George Hamrick 
Music: Allen Jolley 

These reports are found elsewhere in this volume. 

38. The floor was opened for the election of officers. Dan Jolley was 
elected moderator. James Rice, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, 
nominated Marion Adams, pastor of Lily Memorial Baptist Church as 
vice-moderator. There was a move that nominations close, electing Mr. 
Adams as vice-moderator. The motion was seconded and the motion 
carried. C. A. Kirby nominated Joe Cabaniss as clerk-treasurer. He was 
elected. 

39. Richard Plyler again gave a report on the activities of the building 
Committee. 

40. Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter, Chairman, gave the report for the 
Committee on Committees, reading the names of persons to replace 
those who rotated off this year. That report was adopted. 

41. Reverend Alton Martin, pastor of Polkville Baptist Church and 
chairman of the Evangelism Committee, gave that committee's report. 

42. Reverend C. A. Kirby presented the Constitution changes. He 
moved that the changes as printed be adopted. There was a question by 
Max Linnens as to the change in the duties of the Ordination 
Committee. There was a motion to strike the words in By-Law IV, 
Section 5 'regular not interim'. That motion carried 102-21. The 
constitutional changes, with this change, were approved. 

43. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "Blessed Assurance", 
accompained at the organ by Mrs. Horn. 

44. The Resolutions Committee report was given by Reverend 
Harvey Beeler, pastor of the Patterson Springs Baptist Church. That 
report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

45. Reverend Fred Wells, pastor of the Midview Baptist Church, 
brought the Memorials report. He read Revelation 13:14 and the 
names of the three ministers and sixteen deacons, deceased in the past 
year. He also reported that 226 lay persons have died since our last 
annual meeting. Reverend Wells led in prayer. His report is found in 
the report section of this volume. 

46. The following Convention agencies brought greetings and a 
brief report: Jim Camp, Children's Homes; Bod Knott, Gardner- Webb 
College. 



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47. Moderator William McDaniel gave newly elected Moderator Dan 
Jolly a few minutes to speak. Mr. Jolly presented a plaque of 
appreciation for four years service (two as vice-moderator and two as 
moderator) to Mr. McDaniel. Mr. McDaniel thanked the association for 
the privilege of serving. 

48. Reverend Ansel Center, pastor of the Piedmont Baptist Church, 
asked for a minute of time to publicly thank the Director of Missions, 
Cline Borders, for his ministry and most particularly to Mr. Center 
during a recent illness. 

49. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing the hymn "To God 
Be the Glory". 

50. Reverend Paul Sorrells brought an inspirational message on 
"Inspiration for the Bold Missions Task", using as a basis for his 
message Galatians 6:14. 

51. Special music was presented by two soloists from Gardner- Webb 
College: Tim Wilson from Winston Salem and Donna Allen from 
Charlotte. Each was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Linda Dixon. 

52. Bill McDaniel turned the gavel over to Dan Jolly, new moderator. 

53. Reverend Marion Adams, new vice-moderator, led the closing 
prayer. 

54. Adjourn - next meeting to be at the Eastside Baptist Church, 
Shelby. 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

REPORT OF THE NOMINATING 

COMMITTEE 

1978-1979 

Auditor 

Hamrick and Redding, Shelby 

Chairman of Library Council 
Mrs. Bonnie Price, Boiling Springs 

Parliamentarian 

Mr. Joe Mauney, Shelby 

Historian 

Dr. Wyan Washburn, Boiling Springs 

Trustee 

Mr. T. S. Putnam, 1980, Lawndale 

Music Director 
Frank Stroup 

Organist 

Mrs. Ellen McCurdy, Kings Mountain 

Church Training 

Director - Reverend Broadus Heatherly, Shelby 

New Member Orientation - Reverend Robert Trexler, Boiling Springs 

Adult Leader - Reverend Ed Sessom, Boiling Springs 

Leadership Training - Reverend Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Music Director - Ms. Sylvia Pittman, Shelby 

Pre-school Leader - Mrs. June Sorrells, Grover 

Children's Leader - Mrs. Tommy Moss, Shelby 

Youth Leadership - Mr. Barry Padgett, Boiling Springs 

Brotherhood 

Director - Mr. Willard Boyles, Kings Mountain 
Assistant Director - Mr. Ken Crawley, Shelby 
Baptist Men's Director - Mr. Joe Hamrick, Shelby 
Secretary-Treasurer - Mr. Jennings Brooks, Shelby 
R. A. Leader - Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 



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Committee: Mr. Gary Stout, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 
Mr. Jimmy Hines, Shelby 
Mr. Tommy McCoy, Shelby 
Mr. Barry Greene, Shelby 

Telephone Contact Committee 

Grover - Mrs. Beck Wright 

Kings Mountain - Miss Delores White 

Lattimore - Mrs. Nancy Freeman 

Polkville - Mrs. Minor Gettys 

Shelby - Mrs. Jean McSwain 

Waco - Mrs. Leo Beattie 

Sunday School 

Director - Reverend Royce Ballew, Waco 

Teacher Improvement Director - Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 

Outreach Director - Reverend Bruce Harless, Shelby 

VBS Director - Reverend Randall Runion, Lawndale 

Homebound-Activities Director - Reverend Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: 

Cradle Roll - 

Preschool # 1 - 

Preschool # 2 - 

Children # 1 - Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Children # 2 - Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Boiling Springs 

Youth - Mr. John Henderson, Shelby 

Adults - 

W.M.U. 

Director - Mrs. George Hamrick, Shelby 

Assistant Director - Mrs. David Lucas, Shelby 

Mission Action Director - Mrs. Randy Creswell, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer - Mrs. Durham Ledbetter, Boiling Springs 

Baptist Women Director - Mrs. Bobby Seagroves, Shelby 

Assistant Baptist Women Director - Mrs. Yancey Ellis, Shelby 

Baptist Young Women Director - Miss Donnie Spears, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director - Mrs. Joe Costner, Lawndale 

Acteens Director - Mrs. David Grose, Shelby 

Assistant Acteens Director - 

G. A. Director - Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Assistant G. A. Director - Ms. Linda Ellis, Shelby 



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Mission Friends Director - Mrs. Thomas McCoy, Shelby 
Assistant Mission Friends Director - Mrs. Bobby Lail, Shelby 
Mission Support Chairman - Mrs. Leonard Allen, Boiling Springs 
Assistant Mission Support Chairman - Mrs. George Rogers, Shelby 

Institutional Representatives 

Children's Homes - Reverend J. C. Goare, Kings Mountain 

Homes for the Aging - Mr. Walter Davis, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital - Dr. D. F. Hord, Kings Mountain 

Baptist Colleges - Reverend Robert W. Abrams, Boiling Springs 

Annuity wboard - Reverend Paul Home, Kings Mountain 

Christian Literature - Mr. A. L. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program - Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 



CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES REPORT 

On April 1st of this year I began serving as the Director of Christian 
Social Ministries of our association. This has been a busy and 
challenging work for me, and I am pleased to share the following 
report with you who have made it possible. 

Since April 1st, it has been my privilege to speak to forty— four 
church groups. I appreciate the invitations received and the time that 
you allowed me to share with you. I would welcome the opportunity to 
come and share our work with you. As of October 1st, eighteen 
churches have responded to my request for a Christian Social 
Ministries Representative. I look forward to your letting me know of 
your representative. 

In the area of Youth and Family Services, it has been my joy to have 
the privilege to work with fifteen families. Some of these have been 
through the Juvenile Court, some through the Department of Social 
Services, and some from the community at large. This summer we took 
fifteen youth involved in the Juvenile Court processes for a three— day 
retreat at Camp Loy White. This is being followed by a monthly social 
for these youth, and we are in the planning stales of some winter 
camping experiences for them. There is a tremendous challenge in 
sharing Christ with these youth and their families. 

During this year we received Health Care Kits for the migrants. 
There were two churches who were involved in this project. These 
were delivered to the migrants at the Joe Pendleton farm near Polkville. 
Also, we received toys from one church. These toys were new and used 
and were taken to a day care facility for migrant children. Five Spanish 
interpreters were enlisted and most of these were used in working with 
a migrant who was ill and in the local hospital. This man spoke no 
English. We were able to help the doctors, nurses, technicians, and 



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personnel of the Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers Association 
minister to him. Also, it gave us a great opportunity to let him know of 
our love and concern for him, and to share the love of God with him. 

The prison ministry began in the latter part of September with a 
training session for students from Gardner- Webb College. There were 
twelve students who came for the training. We have begun the work in 
the prison, and on the first night there were eight students and 
twenty-five inmates at the service. In addition to this I go to the prison 
once a week and spend two hours in counseling on a one-to — one basis. 

In the Emergency and Relief area of our work we assisted twelpe 
families. This involved 61 people. Assistance was in the areas of fuel, 
clothing, medicine, rent, and referraf. Three churches assisted by 
providing clothing items. 

Our Literacy Ministry was begun with the enlisting of volunteers to 
work with the family from Laos. One volunteer is working with the two 
children at Shelby Junior High School, and we are in need of a 
volunteer to work with the three children at Graham School. We are 
looking forward to the literacy workshop to be held at the Westview 
Baptist Church on November 10th and 1 1th. On the 10th we will meet 
from 6:30 - 9:30 and on the 1 1th we will meet from 9:00 - 4:00. This will 
give us the required ten hours to be certified a Literacy Teachers. Mrs. 
Olna Daves from Gastonia will lead the workshop. The cost will be 
$15.00 for materials. 

My joy within my work has come about by the fine spirit of 
cooperation that you have shown to me; by the comment of the woman 
whose house we helped to save, who said, "Thank you so much. I didn't 
know there were to many nice people in the world"; the prison inmate 
who said, "You know, just the idea of someone telling you that they are 
going to do something for you and then do it with the speed that you 
did it in, is really something for which to be thankful"; the child at the 
migrant day care center who said, upon receipt of a health care kit, 
"Now I have my very own wash cloth"; the young man at Jupenile 
Retreat who said, "Thank you for letting me come here. This has really 
meant so much to me, and I appreciate being able to come. This is the 
first time that anyone has invited me to go anywhere"; and the Spanish 
speaking migrant farmworker who said to Viola Talley and then she to 
me, "I know that you love me because you speak my language and have 
come to talk to the doctors so that they might help me to get better, and 
I know that the senor loves me because he does not speak my language, 
yet he has come and stood by my bed in silence for two hours." 

These situations and others like them bring a new depth of meaning 
to those words "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat; I 
was thirsty and you gave me something to drink; I was a stranger and 
you invited me in, naked and you clothed me, sick and in prison and 



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you visited me." Thank you for the continued joy of serving with you in 
the work of Christian Social Ministries. 



GENERAL BOARD REPORT 
1977 - 1978 



Four regular quarterly meetings of the General Board were held 
during the past church year. Our meetings were held on Monday 
evenings after the third Sunday, the months of October, January, April 
and July. Each of our meetings was well attended. Our programs were 
informative and inspirational. Our church host for the meetings were: 
October - Eastside, Shelby; January - Ross Grove; April - Kings 
Mountain; July - Poplar Springs. One special called meeting of the 
General Board was held March 16, 1978. The First Baptist Church of 
Kings Mountain was host for this Meeting. 

Various reports of committees were received, in addition to routine 
matters. Major items of information and recommendations were 
approved by the General Board. Some of the items were: 

(1) Unanimously approved the purchase of 1.6 acres of land on the 
north side of Wyke Road, adjoining Eastside Baptist Church in Shelby, 
to be an available site for a future office building for our Association. 

(2) Approved the appointment of a Special Committee to study 
needs and present plans for an office building. 

(3) Unanimously approved recommendation of Special Search 
Committee to call Reverend Robert C. Davis to serve as Christian Social 
Ministries Director. 

(4) Approved a recommended Financial Budget for the Associa- 
tional Year beginning October, 1978, in the amount of $97,621.46. 

Respectfully submitted 

Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 



SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

During the 1977-78 associational year, the Sunday School organiza- 
tion of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association has emphasized Bold 
Missions Outreach. 

This Outreach emphasis began with the High Attendance Day on 
October 30, 1977. 

In March, 1978, we had our VBS clinic under the fine leadership of 
Frank Stroupe of Elizabeth Church. 



54 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

Then on April 24, we launched the Bold Mission Bible Conferences 
with simultaneous rallies at Second Baptist, Shelby under the leader- 
ship of John Treshn Jr., now professor of evangelism at Southeastern 
Seminary; at Macedonia Baptist in Kings Mountain, led by Cecil 
Seagle, pastor of Mullberry Baptist, Charlotte, and at Fallston Baptist, 
led by Dan Deaton, also of Charlotte. These rallies started the study of 
the book God's Mission and Man's, which teaches the biblical basis of 
Bold Missions. Following these rallies, participating pastors finished 
the study in the local churches. 

The highlight of associational Sunday School activities was the 
Equipping Conference held September 10-11, 1978 at Elizabeth 
Baptist Church. The emphasis was again on outreach as the Book for 
study was Witness to Win, the suggested book for study during Sunday 
School Preparation Week. Enrollment was 204 from 37 churches. 

Your associational Sunday School will continue its emphasis on 
outreach. This need is illustrated by the fact that while our area's total 
population has increased by 900, Sunday School enrollment has 
inclined by almost the same (866). Average attendance has continued 
the encline started in 1976. Our average attendance this past year was 
9,393 1,000 less each Sunday in Sunday School through 1976. 

The next big event is High Attendance Sunday, October 29. 

The Sunday School Council is being trained to be resource people to 
help churches in our association to continue to develop their Sunday 
School work. 

Next fall will see another training conference, Monday and Tuesday 
of the second week in September. 

Our prayer is for our Sunday Schools to greatly develop their role in 
the evangelistic outreach of our churches. 



CHURCH TRAINING 

The Church Training Department is proud to be a part of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association during these phases of Bold Missions. 
We have been strengthened by others in the Association and believe 
that we have made some contributions in the other departments as a 
part of the team. 

We are pleased to announce that this has been a good year for the 
Church Training Department. Some of the things we have ac- 
complished are: 

First: We joined the Sunday School Department in sponsoring an 
associational-wide Equipping Conference on November 7 and 8, 1977. 
This was considered a very successful conference. 
Second: We had two Banquets for International Students and M. K.s at 
Gardner Webb College during the associational year. Each banquet 



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was well attended by both students and by members from several 
churches. Some pastors have given testimony that these banquets have 
been a means of building relationships between churches in the area 
and these students. 

Finally: M-Night was held at Elizabeth Baptist Church on November 
28. We had 187 in attendance from 20 churches. Two banners were 
given during the service. The church receiving the banner for the 
highest percent of Church Training enrollment present was New 
Buffalo with Mt. Sinai receiving the banner for the total highest 
number present. 

We have very few of our plans for the new year completed at this 
time. We will, however, be available to assist any church at any time. We 
will also alert you of our projects through The Beacon and announce- 
ments at General Board Meetings. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Broadus Heatherly 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

WMU emphasis for 1977-78, Teach Missions: to be, to do, was the 
second part of a three-year emphasis tn Teach Missions. The three 
objectives for the year were to improve the image and quality of 
training missions, to encourage participation in mission study, and to 
help women, girls; and preschoolers to grow and develop spiritually. 
Interwoven into WMU plans for mission study, mission action, direct 
evangelism, and mission support has been the convention wide Bold 
Mission emphasis. 

The first associational WMU activity for the year was a Leadership 
Conference held at Elizabeth Baptist Church on September 22, 1977. 
Training was provided for WMU officers and leaders in the local 
churches. 

In March a Mission Action workshop was held at First Baptist 
Church, Shelby. The workshop was led by Reverend Cline Borders and 
persons representing the Mental Health Association, the Juvenile 
Court, Social Services, and nursing homes. These leaders discussed 
how WMU members could be involved in meeting special needs in our 
community. 

The annual spring meeting was held April 18 at Eastside Baptist 
Church, Shelby. Reverend Bob Davis, newly appointed Christian 
Social Ministries Director for the association, was introduced to the 
group. He presented some plans and objectives for his new ministry. 
Mrs. John McGee, who had recently retired after thirty-three years on 
the mission field in Nigeria, was the missionary speaker. 



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56 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

In August, WMU participated in the Associational Key Leadership 
Conference. Dr. Marian Hume, WMU director in Union Association, 
led the conference for WMU leaders. 

During the year, age-level organizations have participated in various 
activities. The GA's held a talent show; Mission Friends sponsored a 
workshop for Mission Friends leaders; Baptist Young Women held 
several meetings and published their own newsletter. 

For training and inspiration, members of the WMU Council have 
attended conferences and workshops at Ridgecrest. The Council has 
met regularly to plan and evaluate. "WMU News" was mailed quarterly 
to officers and leaders in the churches to provide information about 
events and activities. Members of the Council have been available to 
give assistance to the various churches. 

As a church missions organization, we continue to promote special 
offering and weeks of prayer. 

We look forward to the year 1978-79, which will be very significant 
for WMU as we make Bold Mission our challenge and opportunity. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. George Hamrick 
WMU Director 



MUSIC REPORT 

Every church has a music ministry. As the hymns of our faith are 
sung, lessons are learned that stay with us. Every church, also, has room 
for improvement in the ministry of music. 

During the spring, a Key Leadership conference was held at 
Ridgecrest, and those in positions of leadership in this association 
attended. After this conference, a similar one was held here in the 
association on August 29, and many of those in music leadership 
positions attended. Problems were discussed, and plans were made to 
assure the music ministry's position in the Bold Mission Thrust. One of 
the things planned was experienced last night, as a Associational choir 
under the able direction of Frank Stroup, presented the Bold Mission 
Musical. 

Many of the music leaders in our association are volunteers, and 
some of these have asked that classes be made available for improve- 
ment in music skills. We are asking any who would be interested in such 
courses to contact Frank Stroup, or the Baptist Center, so that some 
idea of the number who want such courses could be found. 

Music will continue to lead and to bless and inspire. May God lead us 
upward as we worship Him in song. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. Allen Jolley 



1978 Minutes 57 

CHURCH LIBRARY REPORT 

My task for the past year has been two-fold: to put into shape the 
library in the associational library and to work with the 72 churches of 
the association in maintaining existing libraries or starting new ones 
where none existed. 

Mrs. Lucille Kelly and I have given hundreds of hours this year to 
classify and catalog the 6384 books in the associational office. Not all 
are classisied yet, but all are equipped with pockets and charging cards 
and can be checked out. 

Of the 72 churches, exactly half reported libraries this past year. I 
have visited several of them. A meeting was held February 23 at Poplar 
Springs Baptist Church, attended by ten. The Key Leadership Meeting 
August 29 held at First Baptist Church, Shelby, taught by Bonnie Price, 
had 12 librarians attending. 

Our long range goal is a media center in every church in the 
association. We have an invitation to help Flint Hill restore their library 
as soon as they enter their new building about January, 1979. 

We will be having 2 or 3 meetings this year. No church is too small to 
host us. So if you haven't had a type of associational meeting, invite us. 

We urge churches to send one or more people interested to 
Ridgecrest for Library Week in early July, 1979. 

Respectfully submitted, 
(Mrs.) Bonnie R. Price 



REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 

We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association maintained by Joseph E. Cabaniss for the year ending 
September 30, 1978. 

The examination consists of tracing all recorded cash receipts to the 
bank statements and of verifying disbursements on a test basis of 
examination of invoice and canceled checks. 

In our opinion, the statements of receipts and disbursements as 
shown in the report found elsewhere in the volume presents fairly the 
financial transactions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for 
the year ending September 30, 1978. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rylan Redding, Auditor 



58 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

REPORT OF MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

The Membership Committee has been contacted by and made its 
services available to three groups within the bounds of our association. 

We would first of all commend the Christian Freedom Church, the 
Pathway Mission, and the Rose-Dell Mission of the Immanuel Church 
for their Christian spirit and cooperation. 

It is recommended that the Christian Freedom Baptist Church, at 
their request, continue its watchcare relationship and that they be 
encouraged to use the services to the Membership Committee to assist 
them in their development and growth. 

It is further recommended that the Pathway Mission, located 
between Kings Mountain and Grover on the old Grover Highway, be 
accepted into the association under watchcare. 

An additional recommendation is that we encourage the Rose-Dell 
Mission of the Immanuel Church to use the services of the Membership 
Committee for any support or counsel they may need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred A. Mauney, Chairman 
Neiman Kell 
Ansel Center 
Dan Wallace 
Ed Sessoms 



MEMORIALS REPORT 

Since the meeting of this Association one year ago, 248 have gone to 
rest. In that number were 3 ministers, 17 deacons and 232 lay people. 

They will be missed from our ranks but their labors will continue in 
the lives to others they helped find the way to Christ as their Saviour. 

In these times of heavy hearts, may we remember these words John 
recorded in Revelation 14:13. "And I heard a voice from heaven saying 
unto me, Write, blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from 
henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit; that they may rest from their labours; 
and their works do follow them." 

May we that remain continue the work of the Lord in such a way that 
we will leave a lood inheritance of laborers to follow us when our rest 
comes. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred F. Wells 



1978 Minutes 59 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Be it resolved that we, the messengers to this the 628 annual meeting 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

Express our appreciation to the host churches, Pleasant Ridge 
Baptist Church and Shelby First, to the pastors and staff members and 
to all members of the churches who so graciously welcomed and 
received us as we used their church facilities; 

Express appreciation for the bountiful meal to churches Beaver 
Dam, Boiling Sprinngs, Double Springs, Flint Hill, Lattimore, Mount 
Sinai, Pleasant Ridge, Poplar Springs and Sandy Plains; 

Express our thanks to the Order of Business Committee, Rev. 
Donald Farrow, chairman, for a program of inspiration and informa- 
tion; to those within the Kings Mountain Association serving on the 
program.. ..Dr. Gene Watterson and Rev. Paul Sorrels and to Rev. Cecil 
Seagle for his sharing with us during this event. 

Commend Williah McDaniel, Moderator, and Vice Moderator Dan 
Jolly for their efficiency in guiding us through this session, and to Clerk 
Joseph Cabaniss for his accurate recording of the proceedings; 

Acknowledge the good work of all officers and committees who 
served during the past year, and convenant to pray for and work with 
those elected for the new year 

Express appreciation to the Director of Missions, Cline Borders, for 
his leadership, guidance, vision, patience and wisdom during the year 
and to Mrs. Thomas Petty for her work and help to all who call upon 
her. 

And be it resolved that we of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
continue enthusiastically to participate in Bold Missions in the 
evangelizing and congregationalizing effort aimed at reaching every 
person within Cleveland County, North Carolina, these United States, 
and our world, with the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. 

Mrs. Cecil Murray 
Mrs. Hubert Dixon 
Harvey Beeler, Chairman 



EVANGELISM REPORT 

The Kings Mountain Baptist Association has adopted the Bold 
Mission Program of the Southern Baptist Convention. The Bold 
Mission thrust is designed to increase all areas of Baptist work. The 
plan in Evangelism is for Kings Mountain Baptist to double baptisms by 
6982 or to baptize 6,352 additional converts. 



60 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

To reach this goal, a Youth Evangelism Strategy Training Session 
was conducted at the Westview Baptist Church in September of this 
year. A Bold Evangelism Through the Local Church seminar is 
planned for October 3 1 , 1978 at the Elizabeth Baptist Church. William 
Lamb, state Director of Evangelism will lead the seminar for all Kings 
Mountain Association pastors. 

Respectfully submitted: 
Alton Martin 
Chairman of Evangelism 

CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

Article VI, Section 1. 

Delete "Youth and Family Services Director." 
Article VIII 

The General Board. ..change to "Associational Executive Board." 
Article VIII 

After Associational Director of Missions, add "Director of Christian 
Social Ministries." (Ex officio member without voting privileges). 
Article IX, Section 1, WA (14). 
Change to "Christian Social Ministry Committee." 
By-Law III Duties of Officers, delete Section 13. 
By-Law IV. 

Duties of Committees, Section 1 (1) Delete "Youth and Family 
Serviies." Add, "Chairperson of the Christian Social Ministry Com- 
mittee." 

By-Law IV, Section 3 

Delete the paragraph referring to Reveille for Revival. 
By-Law IV, Section 5 

The Ordination Committee, composed of five members, with the 
pastor of home church (the church of which the candidate is a 
member), Director of Missions, and deacons of the home and request- 
ing churches, shall, when requested by a member church, assist with 
the examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 
The Committee requires that it receive a copy of that portion of the 
Minutes, signed by the clerk, of the church conference at which the 
home church voted to request examination of the candidate. 
The Committee requires that the candidate be called by a church for 
ministry before requesting examination. 

The Chairman shall notify the candidate of the time, place, and 
procedure. The Committee suggests that the candidate be questioned 
at least two weeks prior to his ordination. 

The Committee shall question the candidate about his conversion, his 
call, his priorities, his doctrine, and his personal life. The Committee 
may also counsel the candidate. 



1978 Minutes 61 

The candidate should feel free to seek advice from the Committee 
regarding any area of the ministry. 

In every instance, the Committee shall be guided by the Scripture, 
especially I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 6:5-9. 

The Committee shall give written notice to the home church as to 
whether or not it recommends that the church proceed with the 
ordination. 

The Chairman shall report the Committee's activities to the General 
Board quarterly and provide a written report for the annual meeting. 

By-Law IV, Section 15. 

Delete, as this has been replaced and assumed into the Order of 

Business Program Committee. 

By-Law IV 

Add new Section 15: "A Telephone Contact Committee." "The 
Telephone Contact Committee shall be composed of one person from 
each group of churches in the association (6). These committee 
members shall relay messages to pastors and key leaders during the 
year. All messages to be sent should be cleared with the Director of 
Missions." 

By-Law IV, Section 17 

Delete. 

Add new Section 17. "The Christian Social Ministry Committee, 
comptsed of six members, shall assist the CSM Director in the planning, 
promoting and correlation of the CSM programs. This is to be a 
sub-Committee of the Associational Missions Committee, with the 
Chairperson to the CSM Committee serving as a member of the 
Missions Committee. Ex officio members shall be the Moderator and 
the Director of Missions." 

By-Law IV, Section 19 

Add "Chairperson of the CSM Committee." Just before the sentence 
beginning, "The Missions Committee has no authority other than..." 
insert "The Missions Committee shall seek to determine areas of need 
within and without the Association and formulate recommendations to 
the Associational Executive Committeem This responsibility includes 
recommending the purchase of land for future church development to 
the Associational Executipe Committee." 

By-Law IV, Section 20. 

Delete "South Mountain Camp Committee" and ask the Nominating 
Committee to nominate a contact person under Institutional Rep- 
resentatives. 



By-Law VII 



62 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

Change to "By-Law VIII"; also change By-Law VIII to IX, IX to X; X 
to XL Add new By-Law VII. "Director of Christian Social Ministry." 

Section 1 

"Employment. The Director of CSM shall be jointly employed by the 
Association, the Baptist State Convention of N.C. " ^ the Home 
Mission Board. The employee should be elected to vvork until the 
sponsoring groups mutually agree to cease the tenure of service or the 
employee resigns. The CSM Director shall work under the supervision 
of the Director of Missions and in compliance with the Job Description 
provided by the State and Association." 

Section 2 

"Basic Function. The basic functions are to work with the CSM 
Committee to organize, supervise and promote a program of activities 
tt meet the spiritual, educational, emotional and physical needs of the 
people within the geographical boundaries of the association." 

Section 3 

"The CSM Director shall be an ex officio member of the Associa- 
tional Executive Board, Associational Executive Committee and Mis- 
sions Committee without voting privileges. 

Section 4 

"When without a Christian Social Ministries Director, the Associa- 
tional Executive Committee shall be responsible for the appointment 
of a Search Committee to seek a person to serve as Christian Social 
Ministries Director according to By-Law VII, Section 1 and 2." 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

128th Annual Session 
October 17-18, 1978 

"Bold Missions in our Jerusalem" 

Moderator: Mr. William B. McDaniel 

Vice- Moderator: Rev. Dan Jolly 

Clerk-Treasurer: Mr. Joseph Cabaniss 

Director of Missions: Rev. Cline Borders 

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 
Tuesday~Afternoon 

3:00 p. m. Hymn of praise Rev. Allen Jolley 

Scripture Rev. Ralph Staton 

Prayer Rev. Tom Patterson 

3:10 P.M. Organization 

Report of Order of Business Committee . .Rev. Donald 
Farrow 



1978 Minutes 63 

Appointment of Committees Mr. Bill McDaniel 

Proposed Constitutional Changes Rev. C. A. Kirby 

3:20 P. M. Report of General Board Rev. Dan Jolly 

3:30 P. M. Report of Committee on Nominations 
Rev. Charles Freeman 
Report of Committee on Enrollment . . .Mrs. Mae Petty 

3:40 P. M. Historian s Report Dr. Wyan Washburn 

3:50 P. M. Report of Christian Social Ministries . . .Rev. Bob Davis 

4^05 P. M. Worship Through Music Rev. Allen Jolley 

4:15 P. M. Report of Organizations: 

Sunday School Rev. Royce Ballew 

Church Training Rev. Broadus Heatherly 

4:35 P. M. Welcome New Ministers and Staff Members 

and Wives Mr - Bm McDanile 

4:45 P. M. Special Music 

4-50 P. M. "Bible Basis for Bold Missions" . . .Dr. Gene Watterson 

520 P. M. Benediction Rev. Paul West 



Tuesday Evening, 7:30 P. M. 
First Baptist Church, Shelby"Bold Mission Goals in our Jerusalem" 

Welcome and Prayer Mr. Bill McDaniel 

Summary of Bold Mission Needs in North Carolina (Film) 
Presentation of Bold Mission Goals in Kings Mountain Baptist Associ- 
ation 

Hymn of Praise R ev. Allen Jolley 

Bold Mission Musical Directed by Mr. Frank Stroup 

Bold Missions . .Rev. Cecil Seagle, Pastor, Mulberry Baptist Church, 

Charlotte 

Benediction 

Wednesday Morning 

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 

"Inspiration for Bold Missions Task" 

5:30 A. M. Hymn of Praise Rev. Allen Jolley 

Scripture Rev. Mike Tillman 

p ra y er Rev. Walter Hill 

9:40 A. M. Business & Announcements Mr. Bill McDaniel 

9:45 A. M. Organization Reports: 

Brotherhood Mr. Willard Boyles 

WMU Mrs. Beth Hamrick 

Music Rev. Allen Jolley 

10:10 A. M. Election of Officers Mr. Bill McDaniel 

10:20 A. M. Report of Enrollment 



64 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

10:25 A.M.. Report of Committee on Committees Mrs. Gladys 

Ledbetter 
Report of Committee on Evangelism Rev. Alton Martin 
Proposed Constitutional Changes . . . .Rev. C. A. Kirby 
Resolutions Committee Report . . . .Rev. Harvey Beeler 

Memorials Rev. Fred Wells 

Report on Convention Agencies 

Special Music Gardner- Webb College Choir 

Inspiration for Bold Missions Task . .Rev. Paul Sorrells 

Everyone register both days. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET 1978-1979 



I. DIRECT MISSION MINISTRIES 
A. Director of Missions 



10 30 A. 


M 


10:35 A. 


M 


10:45 A. 


M 


10:55 A. 


M 


11:05 A. 


M. 


11:20 A. 


M 


11:25 A.M.. 



Salary 








12,000.00 


Housing 








3,600.00 


^Utilities 








600.00 


2. Expense 










^Travel 








. .2,608.66 


*Social Security tax 


allowance 






1,303.50 


3. Fringe benefits 










^Hospitalization 








1,244.64 


**Retirement 








1,400.00 


Christmas Gifts 








150.00 


TOTAL 






$22,906.80 


B. Christian Social Ministries 








1. Direct income: 


Total 


State 


HMB 




Salary 


11,400.00 


4,377.60 


2,462.40 


4,500.00 


^Housing 


2,460.60 


921.60 


518.40 


1,020.60 


2. Expense 










Travel 


1,980.00 


1,980.00 






*S. S. tax 


1,303.50 






1,303.50 


3. Fringe benefits 










**Retirement 


1,380.00 


1,380.00 






^Hospitalization 


1,356.00 


678.00 


678.00 




Christmas gift 


100.00 






100.00 



TOTAL 19,980.10 9,337.20 3,658.80 $6,984.10 

TOTAL DIRECT MISSION MINISTRIES $29,890.90 



1978 Minutes 65 
II. ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

A. Secretary 

1. Direct Income 

Salary 7,380.00 

2. Fringe benefits 

**Life insurance and L.T.D. 343.56 

Christmas gifts 100.00 

TOTAL 7,823.56 

B. Clerk-treasurer 

1. Direct income 

Salary 1,300.00 

2. Fringe benefits 

Christmas gift 50.00 

TOTAL 1,350.00 

C. Temporary office assistance § $4.00 per hour 1,500.00 

D. Baptist Center 

1. Visual aids and equipment 600.00 

2. Annual associational meeting 500.00 

3. Beacon 900.00 

4. Special mail-outs 500.00 

5. 'Ministers Only' 350.00 

6. Convention, conferences and seminars (DOM) 900.00 

7. Convention, conferences and seminars (CSM) 350.00 

8. Utilities 300.00 

9. **F.I.C.A. (Secretary) 400.00 

10. Printing of minutes 1.500.00 

11. Rent 1,500.00 

12. Paper and office supplies 1,250.00 

13. Maintenance contract (typewriter) 60.00 

14. Telephone 500.00 

15. Filing Cabinet 3n0.00 

16. Typewriter 500.00 

17. Building payments (debt retirement) 24,000.00 
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES $45,083.56 

*Expenses paid by the staff member 

*Expenses paid for the staff member by the association 

III. MISSION PROJECTS 

1. Church secretaries seminar 509.00 

2. Training Equipping teams, Equpping Conference, Leadership 
Training at Ridgecrest, VBS Clinic (Sunday School) 1,200.00 



66 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

3. International Banquet, Equipping Conference (Church Training) 

250.00 

4. Mission Support breakfast for Foreign Missions, Baptist Men Rally 
Home Missions (Brotherhood) 400.00 

5. Associational RA Leadership Training, RA Campcraft, Track Meet, 
RA Baseball, Volleyball, Pinewood Derby (RA) 400.00 

6. WMU Leadership Training Materials, Associational Workshop - 
Ridgecrest, Leadership Conference and Manual study, Mission Action 
Workshop, Associational Activities for Acteens, Girls in Action, Mis- 
sion Friends, Annual Meeting 1,000.00 

7. Vol. Music Leadership Training. Assoc. Musical for annual ses- 
sion 400.00 

8. Evangelism Clinic (Evangelistic Committee) 400.00 

9. 'Handling Stress in the Ministry', 'Time Management', 'Ministry to 
the Sick; (Seminars for pastors) 750.00 

10. Simultaneous Crusade (S. A. Pastors) (Evang.) 500 00 

11. 150th Annual Rally of N. C. B. C. 250.00 

12. Two Family Life Conferences in K.M. and Shelby (Christian Life 
Comm.) 1,000.00 

13. Associational Youth Camp for Churches without Summer Program 

750.00 

14. Mission Support Banquet, KMBA (Finance Committee) 500.00 

15. Leadership Training for Pastors in Ebenezer Assoc. (Seminary 
Ext -) 500.00 

16. Student Summer Worker (Backyard Bible Clubs, Day Camping, 
Pu PPets) 1,250.00 

17. Resort Ministries (Moss Lake, KM State Park) 200.00 

18. Youth Evangelism Strategy (Baptist Youth/Christ) 400.00 

19. Purchase Sites for Future Church Development 5,000.00 

20. CSM Awareness Workshop 500.00 

21. Community Weekday Ministries 

a. Big A Clubs - materials for 3, $325.00. Supplies $75.00 and 
Refreshments $25.00 each 625.00 

b. Alcohol and Drugs Rehabilitation, Materials, Supplies, Train- 
ing 300.00 

c. Aging, Materials, Supplies, Membership in Council on Aging, 
Trans. 400.00 

22. Youth and Family Services 

a. Retreat for Junior High age Juveniles (Food, $350, Camp Rental, 
$160, Materials, $60) 560.00 

b. Ministry to Ex-prisoners and Probationers, Materials, Training 

150.00 

c. Ministry to Prisoners and Families, Materials, Training, 
Supplies 250.00 

d. Correctional Ministries Conference (1 person) 50.00 

e. Special Olympics (G W) 100.00 



1978 Minutes 67 

23. Literacy and Tutoring Ministry 

a. Materials for 2 workshops 120.00 

b. Refreshments for 2 workshops 50.00 

c. Teacher materials for workshops 40.00 

d. Resource materials 75.00 

e. Honorarium Workshop Leader (2) 70.00 

f. Books, supplies 300.00 

24. Migrant Ministries 

a. Materials for training Conference 50.00 

b. Materials for work (English and Spanish Bibles) 40.00 

c. Supplies for Day Camp or VBS 200. On 

d. Emergency Assistance - food, clothing, medical, treats for children 
on trip to health department 400.00 

25. Emergency Relief Ministry (20 families) 

a. Food § $25 per family 500 

b. Utilities § $25 per family 500 

c. Medicine § $10 per family 200.00 

d. Rent § $20 per family 400.00 

e. Transient 500.00 

26. Miscellaneous 

a. Meal for CSM Committee 50.00 

b. Refreshments for CSM Representative Meeting 775.00 

c. Meals for state, SBC, and HMB personnel visiting during year and 
conference meals 200.00 

d. Cookout and Volunteer Appreciation Meeting 300.00 
Total for Mission Projects $22,655.00 

GRAND TOTAL PROPOSED BUDGET $97,629.46 

SUMMARY 

I. Direct Mission Ministries 29,890.90 

II. Administrative Support Ministries 45,094.56 

III. Mission Projects 22,655.00 

$97,629.46 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

October 1, 1977 - September 30, 1978 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1977 $9,961.36 

Received from Church for Mission Fund 56,095.20 

Transferred from Mission Advance Fund 5,038.64 

Basketball 1,000.00 

Special Gifts 500.00 



68 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

Equipping Conference 114.98 

Pastors Workshops 243.50 

Refund Moving Expense (Davis) 476.52 

International Banquet 220.50 

Miscellaneous Income 282.84 

TOTAL TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $73,933.54 



Disbursements: 
Salaries: 

Director of Missions $11,100.00 

Secretary 6,792.00 

Clerk-Treasurer 1,200.00 

Total Salaries $19,092.00 

Promotional Expense: 
Sunday School and VBS . .$1,248.50 

Church Training 547.00 

Brotherhood 197.20 

W.M.U 500.00 

Visual Aids 687.38 

Youth 8c Family Services . . . .390.00 

Office Operating 3,401.25 

Office Telephone 824.94 

C.S.M 4,107.58 

Total Promotional $11,903.85 

Special Accounts: 

Housing (DOM) $4,392.00 

Expense Allowance (DOM) .3,360.00 
Retirement & Insurance . . .2,855.28 

Office Rent 1,625.00 

Utilities 350.36 

Payroll Taxes 486.40 

Deacon's Retreat 22.50 

Pastoral Workshop 209.13 

Printing Minutes 1,115.50 

Assoc. Basketball 8c Baseball 1,007.90 
Convention 8c Conference . . .489.84 

Christmas Gifts 300.00 

Miscellaneous 486.22 

Vacation Assistance 360.00 

Office Equipment 1,050.51 

Summer Staff Member . . . .1,248.00 
International Banquet 241.91 



1978 Minutes 69 

CSM Moving Expense 461.52 

Office Site Purchase 15,000.00 

Office Site Expense 180.48 

Total Special $35,242.55 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 66,238.40 



BALANCE ON HAND, 

September 30, 1978 $7,695.14 



HISTORY ACCOUNT 



Balance on Hand, October 1, 1977 


$2,017.47 


Earnings 


108.94 


BALANCE ON HAND, Sept. 30, 1978 


$2,126.41 


MISSIONS ADVANCE FUND BALANCE, Oct. 1, 


1977 $24,351.22 


Gifts 


1,305.00 


Earnings 


1,317.20 


Total 


$26,934.84 


Less Disbursement for Lot 


5,038.64 




$21,934.84 


From General Fund - End of Year 


5,695.14 


BALANCE, September 30, 1978 


$27,629.98 



Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 



CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE CHURCHES 

October 1, 1977 - September 30, 1978 



MISSIONS ACCOUNT 



CHURCH 

Allen Memorial 
Beaver Dam 
Bethany 
Bethel 
Bethlehem 
Boiling Springs 
Buffalo 
Calvary 



1976-77 


1977-78%of Increase 


$447.42 


$466.93 4% 


660.00 


720.00 9% 


00 


167.26 


400.00 


450.00 12% 


1,806.00 


1,948.00 7% 


750.00 


1,450.00 93% 


522.88 


422.52 


1,078.44 


1,340.25 24% 



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Carpenter's Grove 


90.00 


90.00 




Casar 


270.40 


400.00 


48% 


Christian Freedom 




406.65 




Churchill Drive 


123.95 


369.05 


197% 


Community 


100.00 


100.00 




David 


222.80 


245.08 


10% 


Double Shoals 


600.00 


600.00 




Double Springs 


1,000.00 


1,200.00 


20% 


Dover 


1,250.00 


1,000.00 




Eastside Kings Mountain 


75.00 






Eastside, Shelby 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 




Elizabeth 


2.770.56 


3,330.211 


20% 


Elliott Memorial 


00 






Emmanuel 


50.00 


50.00 




Faith 


00 






Fallston 


510.00 


875.00 


71% 


Flint Hill 


1,153.36 


1,675.00 


45% 


Grover First 


697.99 


912.40 


45% 


Highland 


235.50 


186.00 




Immanuel 


12.00 


35.00 


191% 


Kings Mountain 


400.00 


1,000.00 


150% 


Kings Mountain First 


1,050.00 


1,731.73 


64% 


Kings Mountain Second 


1,387.01 


1,217.16 




Lattimore 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 




Lawndale 


1,076.00 


1,000.00 




Lily Memorial 


360.00 


200.00 




Love Valley 


100.00 


100.00 




Macedonia 


1,799.82 


2,063.10 


14% 


Midview 


100.00 


60.00 




Mount Sinai 


200.00 


575.00 


187% 


Mull's Memorial 


180.00 


180.00 




New Bethel 


529.97 


647.52 


22% 


Neww Buffalo 


425.00 


7700.00 


81%% 


New Camp Creek 


00 


00 




New Hope 


600.00 


600.00 




New Prospect 


250.00 


375.00 


50% 


Norman's Grove 


343.48 


410.49 


19% 


Northside 


175.00 


300.00 


71% 


Oak Grove 


208.00 


208.00 




Oak View 


200.00 


250.00 


25% 


Patterson Grove 


400.00 


560.00 


40% 


Patterson Springs 


200.00 






Peach Street 


00 


135.00 




Piedmont 


1,036.13 


1,200.59 


15% 


Plains View 


414.24 


488.86 


17% 


Pleasant Grove 


948.75 


957.48 





1978 Minutes 71 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Ridge 

Polkville 1,162.53 1,597.14 37% 

Poplar Springs 1,600.00 2,400.00 50% 

Putnam Memorial 325.00 416.32 27% 

Ross Grove 

Sandy Plains 937.66 1,148.02 22% 

Shelby First 3,250.00 5,000.00 53% 

Shelby Second 900.00 920.00 2% 

Temple 886.50 949.00 7% 

Union 

Victory 

Waco 

Wallace Grove 

Westover 

Westview 3,585.34 

Zion 

Zoar 687.50 1,234.00 79% 



TOTAL 



280.00 


280.00 


945.00 


607.50 


1,162.53 


1,597.14 


1,600.00 


2,400.00 


325.00 


416.32 


640.51 


525.00 


937.66 


1,148.02 


3,250.00 


5,000.00 


900.00 


920.00 


886.50 


949.00 


500.00 


450.00 


210.00 


210.00 


600.00 


600.00 


15.00 


00 


482.93 


00 


2,730.07 


3,585.34 


600.00 


600.00 


687.50 


1,234.00 


$45,962.34 


$56,095.20 



DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 



Disbursements for Local Work $4, 159,027 

Disbursements for All Purposes 4,974,043 

Staff Salaries 1,636,128 

Property Values 21,833,098 

Total Receipts 4,966,9 1 1 

Gifts: Per Member 181.29 

Per Member Coop. Prog. 15.68 

Per Member All Missions 29.74 

Cooperative Program 396,582 

Associational Missions 56,307 

State Missions 13,923 

Home Missions 53,662 

Foreign Missions 140,139 

Children's Homes 17,432 

Hospital 9,199 

Christian Education 32,762 

Total for Missions 814,916 

Baptisms 529 

Church Membership 27,397 

Sunday School Enrollment 17,718 

Church Training Enrollment 3,780 



72 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

Brotherhood Enrollment 2,113 

WMU Enrollment 3 750 

VBS ' 69 

VBS Enrollment 6 105 



REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATIONAL 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 



ALLEN MEMORIAL: 
Mrs. Brady Lail, Route 1, Box 613, Grover 
Mrs. Darvin Allen, Route 1, Box 216, Grover 

BEAVER DAM: 
None 

BETHANY: 
None 

BETHEL 
None 



BETHLEHEM: 
Mr. Miles Seism, Route 2, Box 34AA, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Douglas McDaniel, Route 2, Box 374, Kings Mountain 
Mrs. Edith Reynolds, Route 2, Box 372, Kings Mountain 

BOILING SPRINGS: 
Mr. Robert W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs 
Mr. Thirlen Osborne, Box 353, Boiling Springs 

BUFFALO: 
Mrs. Hugh Lackey, Route 1, Box 188, Shelby 
MR. Eldon Edison, 1308 Crestview Drive, Shelby 

CALVARY: 

Bobby Tessenair, 1013 Hardin Drive, Shelby 

CARPENTER'S GROVE: 
Mrs. D. C. Carpenter, Route 3, Lawndale 
Mr. Leslie Seagle, Route 3, Lawndale 
Mrs. Harry Hart, Route 3, Lawndale 



1978 Minutes 73 

CASAR: 
Mr. Herman Melton, Route 1, Casar 
Mr. Fay Melton, Casar 

CHURCHILL DRIVE: 
W. M. Watterson, 802 Churchill Dr.,Shelby 
Mrs. Jerry Floyd, 100 Kenwood Dr., Shelby 

COMMUNITY: 
None 

DAVID: 

Mrs. Edith Reynolds, Route 2, Box 372, Kings Mountan 
Mrs. Anne Schuman, Route 2, Kings Mountain 

DOUBLE SHOALS: 
Mr. James Seism, Route 5, Shelby 
Mr. E. Y. Spangler, Route 1, Shelby 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: 
Mr. B. B. Scruggs Route 4, Shelby 
Mr. Vail Doty, Route 4, Shelby 

DOVER: 
Mr. Claude Brown, 926 W. Warren Ext., Shelby 
Mr. Bill Greenway, 4 S. Main St., Shelby 

EASTSIDE, KINGS MOUNTAIN: 

None 

EASTSIDE, SHELBY: 
Arnold Brittain, 1026 Fallston Road, Shelby 
P. C. McDaniel, 921 Toms St., Shelby 
Mrs. Nell Smith, 1014 Toms St., Shelby 
Mrs. Emily Lail, 1017 Toms St., Shelby 

ELIZABETH: 
Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Westmoreland, 1009 W. Marion St., Shelby 

EMMANUEL: 
Betty Black. 113 S. Jacob St., Cherryville 
Fred Cartee, Route 4, Cherryville 

ELLIOTTS MEMORIAL; 
None 



74 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

FAITH: 

None 

FALLSTON: 
E. G. Spurling, Box Fallston 
Yates Williams, Fallston 

FLINT HILL: 

Wallace Vinsette, Route 2, Shelby 
G. M. Wacaster. Jr., Boiling Springs 

GROVER FIRST: 
Mr. Hood Watterson, Route 1, Box 231, Grover 
Mr. Paul Allen, Route 1, Box 423, Grover 

HIGHLAND: 

T. R. Wright, Shelby 

R. J. Price, 427 Brookside Dr., Shelby 

IMMANUEL: 

None 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: 
Fugene Roberts, 818 N. Piedmont Avenue, Kings Mountain 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: 
Rev. R. Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain 
Mr. Fred Weaver, 202 Juniper St., Kings Mountain 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: 

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wood, 916 Linwood Rd., Kings Mountain 

LATTIMORE: 

Mrs. Frank Ledford, Route 4, Shelby 
Mr. Jerry Prewitt, Dox 41, Lattimore 

LAWNDALE: 

Earl Wease, Box 242, Lawndale 
Fred Beam, Box 495, Lawndale 

LILY MEMORIAL: 
None 

LOVE VALLEY 

George Melton, Route 4, Box 337, Kings Mountain 
Mrs. R. R. Van Dyke, Route 4, Box 326, Kings Mountain 



1978 Minutes 

MACEDONIA: 
Mr. C. O. White, Route 4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

MIDVIEW: 
Mr. A. G. Adams, 6080 Midpines, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Fred Conner, 3270 Midpines, Kings Mountain 



75 



Mr. Frank Ellis 
Mr. J. D. Rollins 

None 



MOUNT SINAI: 



MULLS MEMORIAL: 



NEW BETHEL: 
Mr. W. W. Lattimore, Route 3, Lawndale 
Mr. Warren Spurling,Route 3, Lawndale 

NEW BUFFALO: 

Bob Wells, Route 2, Grover 

Velvia Martin, 913 Eastview, Shelby 

NFW CAMP CREEK: 

None 

NEW HOPE: 
B. H. Hopper, Box 123, Earl 
J. H. Tulloh, Route 11, Box 336, Shelby 

NEW PROSPECT: 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wright 
Mr. And Mrs. T. Z. Hord 

NORMANS GROVE: 
Mrs. Harold Watts, Route 3, Lawndale 
Mrs. Ray Warlick, Route 2, Vale 

NORTHSIDE: 
Mrs. Sarah Goforth, Shelby 
MR. E. N. Barnette, Shelby 

OAK GROVE: 

Mr. M. C. Lovelace, Route 3, Box 341, Kings Mountain 
Mr. F. C. Ware, Route 3, Box 423, Kings Mountain 



76 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

OAK VIEW: 

Mr. Harold Farris, Route 2, Box 391-B, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Paul Hord, Sr., Route 1, Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON GROVE: 

Mr. Charles Bridges. Route 1, Box 40, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Edwin Moore, Route 4, Box 522, Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: 

Mr. Lewis Young, Route 6, Shelby 
Mr. Palmer Cannon, Route 6, Shelby 

PEACH STREET: 
None 

PIEDMONT: 

Ruben Navey, Kings Mountatn 
Dewey Farmer, Gastonia 

PLAIN VIEW: 
Mrs. Linda Howard, Route 2, Lawndale 
Mr. Ronnie Allmond, Route 2, Cherryville 

PLEASANT GROVE: 
Mrs. Carolyn Greene, Route 5, Shelby 
MRs. Betty Wright, Route 5, Shelby 

PLEASANT HILL: 
Sarah Hamrick, Route 9, Shelby 
Watson Hamrick, Route 9, Shelby 

PLEASANT RIDGE: 

Mr. Yates Hamrick, Route 3. Shelby 
Mr. Joe Delozier, Route 3, Shelby 

POLKVILLE: 
Mr. Griff Davis, Route 10, Shelby 
Mr. Burgin Gibbs, Route 5, Shelby 

POPLAR SPRINGS: 
John W. Hamrick, Route 2, Shelhy 
Gay Putnam, Route 3, Shelby 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: 
Mr. Tommy Earls, 304 Kimberlee Dr., Shelby 
Mr. J. R. Webber, Route 9, Shelby 



1978 Minutes 77 

ROSS GROVE: 
C. M. Wylie, Route 7, Shelby 

SANDY PLAINS: 
Thomas Petty, Route 3, Shelby 
Wayne Whitaker, Route 3, Shelby 

SHELBY FIRST 
Joe Wright, Box 654, Shelby 

SHELBY SECOND: 
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poston, 504 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 

TEMPLE: 

Ethel Camp, 102 Benfield Rd., Kings Mountain 
Elva Nicholson, 901 Henry St., Kings Mountain 

UNION: 

John Rudasill, Jr., Route 1, Lawndale 
Hayes Ashe, Route 5, Shelby 

VICTORY: 

Shirley Caveny, Route 4, Kings Mountain 

Grover Greene, 1413 Shelby Road, Kings Mountain 

WACO: 
Mr. W. H. Lutz, Waco 
Mr. George Murray, Waco 

WALLACE GROVE: 
Rev. Lero Hudson, Route 1. Casar 

WESTVIEW: 
Mr. Joe Roberts, 3025 Hazel Drive, Shelby 
Mr. J. B. Spangler, 610 W. Warren St., Shelby 

ZION: 

Mrs. Irene Blanton 
Mrs. Mabel Wellmon 

ZOAR: 
Mrs. Cindy Vassey, 1505 Farm Road, Shelby 
Mrs. Judy Alexander. 804 W. Sumter St., Shelby 



78 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

CHURCH LIBRARIANS 

BEAVER DAM Mr. Wayne Brooks, Route 8, Box 206, Shelby, N. C 
28150 J 

BETHEL Mrs. Maris Honeycutt, Route 7. Monte Vista, Shelby N C 
28150 7> - • 

BETHLEHEM Mr. Seerley Lowery, Route 2, Box 635, Kings 

Mtn.,N.C. 28086 5 

BOILING SPRINGS Mrs. Gail Bridges. Box 27, Boiling Springs N C 
28017 5 F * ' 

BUFFALO Miss Brenda Conner, Route 3, Box 223-A, Kings Mtn N 
C. 28086 s " ' 

CARPENTER'S GROVE . Mrs. Yates Warlick, Rt. 3, Box 373 

Lawndale. N. C. 28090 
DOUBLE SHOALS . .Mrs. Bill Lowe, Route 1, Shelby, N. C. 28150 
DOUBLE SPRINGS Mrs. Kendall Jones, Route 4, Shelby, N. C. 28150 
ELIZABETH Mrs. Joe Mauney, 1314 Montrose Drive. Shelby N C 
28150 7 ' ' ' 

FALLSTON . . . .Mrs. Wyte Royster, Box 126, Fallston, M. C. 28042 
FLINT HILL . .Mrs. Gathering Long, Route 2, Shelby, N. C. 28150 
GROVER FIRST . .Miss Linda Bolin, Box 303, Grover, N. C. 28150 
HIGHLAND . .Miss Kay Davis, 415 Grover St., Shelby, N. C. 28150 
EMMANUEL . .Mrs. Carroll Caldwell, 2937 Lake Dr., Shelby N C 
28150 7 ' 

KINGS MOUNTAIN Mrs. R. G. Franklin, 909 Sherwood Lane Kings 

Mtn., N. C. 28086 5 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST Miss Diana Gamble, 903 Monroe Ave 

Kings Mtn. 28086 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND . . .Wanda Laughter, Mauney Ave 

Kings Mtn. N. C. 28086 

LA TTIMORE Mrs. Jack Dover, Route 3, Shelhy, N. C. 28150 

LAWNDALE . .Mrs. Tom Forney, Box 515, Lawndale, N. C. 28090 
MACEDONIA Miss Delores White, Route 4, Box 203, Kings Mtn. N C 

28086 8 

MOUNT SINAI . .Mrs. Linda Haynes, Boiling Springs, N. C. 28017 
NEW BETHEL . . .Mrs. Sam Elam, Route 2, Lawndale, N. C. 28090 

NEW HOPE Mrs. B. H. Hopper, Box 123, Earl, N. C. 28038 

OAK GROVE Mrs. Daphine Lovelace, Route 3, Box 320-A, Kings Mtn 

28086 6 

OAK VIEW Mrs. Ruby Staton, Route 1, Box 331, Kings Mtn, N. C 

28086 6 

PATTERSON SPRINGS Mrs. Rachel Bridges, 5117 Circle Dr., Shelby 

N. C. 28150 7 ' 

PLAINS VIFW Mrs. Delia Williams, Route 3, Cherryville, N. C. 28150 



1978 Minutes 79 

PLEASANT GROVE Miss Velva Hamrick, Route 5, Box 429, Shelby, 

N. C. 28150 
PLEASANT RIDGE Mrs. Daisy Webb, Route 3, Shelby, N. C. 28150 
POLKVILLE Mrs. Darcas Hawkins, Box 215, Polkville, N. C. 28136 
POPLAR SPRINGS Mrs. Walter Walker, Route 8. Shelby, N. C. 28150 
SHELBY FIRST Mrs. Stough Wray, Jr., 701 Parkwood Road. Shelby, 

N. C. 28150 
SHELBY SECOND Mrs. Edna Overcash, Route 6, Box 545, Shelby, N. 

C. 28150 
TEMPLE Debbie Norwood, Route 2, Box 638, Kings Mtn., N. C. 28086 
UNION Mrs. Gilbert Edwards, Route 5, Box 251, Shelby, N. C. 28150 
ZION . .Miss Ruby Irvin, 1012 N. Lafayette St., Shelby, N. C. 28150 
ZOAR .Mrs. Ruth Davidson, Route 8, box 129, Shelby, N. C. 28150 



CHURCH GROUPS IN THE 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 
Beaver Dam, Boiling Springs, Double Springs, Flint Hill, Lattimore, 
Mount Sinai, Pleasant Ridge, Poplar Springs, Sandy Plains 

GROVER GROUP: 

Allen Memorial, Bethany, Bethlehem, Grover First, Love Valley, 
Midview, New Buffalo, New Hope, Patterson Springs, Pleasant Hill, 
Victor 

KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 

Christian Freedom, David, Eastside (KM), Faith, Kings Mountain, 
Kings Mountain First, Kings Mountain Second, Macedonia, New 
Camp's Creek, Oak Grove, Oak View, Patterson Grove, Piedmont, 
Temple, Westover 

POLKVILLE GROUP: 

Carpenter's Grove, Casar, Community, Double SrToals, Elliott Memo- 
rial, Fallston, Lawndale, New Bethel, Normans Grove, Plainsview, 
Polkville, Union, Zion 

SHELBY GROUP: 

Bethel, Calvary, Churchill Drive, Dover, Eastside (S), Highland, 
Immanuel, Lily Memorial, Peach Street, Putnam Memorial, Shelby 
First, Shelby Second, Westview, Zoar 



80 Kings Mountain Baptist Association 

WACO GROUP: 

Buffalo, Elizabeth, Emmanual, Mull's Memorial, New Prospect, Nor- 
thside, Pleasant Grove, Ross Grove, Wallace Grove, Waco 



ZIP CODES FOR OUR AREA 

Atlanta, Ga. 30309 

Bessemer City 28016 

Kings Creek, S. C. 29719 

Kings Mountain 28086 

Birmingham, Ala. 35203 

Blacksburg, S. C. 29702 

Boiling Springs 28017 

Casar 28020 

Cherryville 28021 

Dallas, Texas 75201 

Earl 28038 

Ellenboro 28040 

Fallston 28042 

Fort Worth, Texas 76116 

Gaffney, S. C. 29340 

Gastonia 28052 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



of 

CLEVELAND COUNTY 
NORTH CAROLINA 

1979 




129th Annual Session 



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Kings Mountain Baptist Association 



of 



Cleveland County 
North Carolina 



One Hundred Twenty-Ninth 
Annual Session 



Held With 

Eastside Baptist Church 

October 23-24, 1979 



Next Session With 

Macedonia Baptist Church 

October 21-22, 1980 



JANUARY 

1 

7 

7 

11 

7-11 

11-12 

20 

21 

24-25 

25-26 

28 

28-30 

29 

28 

FEBRUARY 

4-5 

7 

10-16 

19 

22-24 

22-24 

24 

27 

29-March 1 

29-March 1 

MARCH 

2-9 

3 

6 

7-8 

9-15 

14-15 

14-16 

18 

18-19 

21-22 

24-25 

24-28 

28-29 

23-29 

29 



APRIL 



1 

6 

7 

10 

11-12 

11-13 
12 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1980 CALENDAR 

New Year's Day (Tuesday) 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Sunday School Directors & Pastors, 7:00 P.M. (KM) 

Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

January Bible Study (Ephesians) 

Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

Baptist Men's Day (Brotherhood) 

Executive Board Meeting, 7:30 P.M., ZOAR (KM) 

Church Training Enabler Conference, Hickory 

Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Youth Ministry Fellowship, Caraway 

WMU Workshop 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 



Statewide Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 

Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

WMU Focus Week 

Missions Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

Baptist Men's Retreat, Caraway 

High School Seniors' Retreat, Caraway 

Brotherhood Prayer Breakfast, 7:00 A.M. (KM) 

Communications Workshop (KM) 

State Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista (Brotherhood) 

State Bell Festivals (Church Music) 

Week of Prayer for Home Missions 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

State Youth Choir Festival 

South African Pastors' Revival (KM) 

WMU Annual Session, Winston-Salem 

State Pioneer RA Congress (Brotherhood) 

Executive Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

GW College Ministers' Conference (Church Extension) 

State Adult Choir Festivals (Church Music) 

Sunday School Outreach Conference (KM) 

Churchmanship Seminar, Caraway (Convention Sponsored) 

RA Camper aft Training, Old Caraway (Brotherhood) 

Youth Week 

Youth Rally (KM) 

KMBA 150th Anniversary Rally, Elizabeth Church 

Easter Sunday 

Pastors' Confrence, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

Church Media Center/Library Conference, Asheville 

(Sunday School) 

Acteens Queens Court, Ridgecrest 

Regional Children's Choir Festival (Church Music) 



MAY 



14-16 

15 

18-19 

18-20 

19 

20 

21 

20-25 

24-27 

25-26 

25-26 

25-26 

25-27 

25-27 

2-3 

2-4 

5 

6-7 

8 

8-10 

11 

12-14 



16-17 

16-18 

16-18 

18 

20 

20-22 

23-25 

23-25 

24 

25-31 

30- June 1 

JUNE 

2 

6-7 

8-9 

9 

10-12 

15 

17 

16-21 

23-27 

23-28 

30- July 4 
30- July 5 

JULY 

3-16 

4 

7 

7-11 

7-12 



N.C. Baptist Music Conference 

WMU Annual Meeting (KM) 

Weekend RA Camp (grades 4-6), Caraway 

Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

Cooperative Program Sunday 

Executive Board, 7:30 P.M. Piedmont (KM) 

Baptist Doctrine Week (SBC) 

KMBA Mission/Vacation Tour to Nashville, Tennessee 

Baptist Women's Retreat, Caswell 

Baptist Youth Convention 

Weekend RA Camp (grades 1-3), Caraway 

Associational & Special Group Leadership Training, Caraway 

Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

BYW Retreat, Mundo Vista 

RA Counselor's Backpacking Weekend 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Pastoral Aid Pastors' Conference, Caraway 

Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

Youth Ministry Workshop 

Mother's Day 

Key Leadership Training-Associational Deacon Consultant, 

Ridgecrest 

State RA Track Meet 

Deaf Youth Retreat, Caraway 

Teacher & Interpreter Conference, Caraway 

Bible Drill and Speakers Tournament (KM) 

Missions Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

Acteens Mini Camp, Mundo Vista 

Youth Ministry Seminar, Southeastern Seminary 

Bible Drill and Speakers' Tournament, Fruitland 

Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

Acteens Mini Camp, Mundo Vista 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Acteens Leaders Retreat, Mundo Vista 

WMU, SBC, Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri 

Camp Caraway Opens 

SBC Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri 

Father's Day 

Executive Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

Church Training Week, Caswell 

Associational Directors' Conference, Wingate 

Children's Choir Camp, Youth MT Week, Caswell, 

(Church Music) 

Week of Christian Study and Fellowship, Mars Hill 

Youth Ministry Week, Caswell (Youth Ministry & Evangelism) 

WMU Tour, Baptist World Alliance, Toronto, Canada 

Independence Day 

Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

Children's Choir Camp, Mars Hill (Church Music) 

World Missions Week, Caswell 



14-19 Youth Conference I, Caswell (Youth Ministry) 

21 Executive Board, 7:30 P.M. Lattimore 

21-16 Youth-Adult Music Conference, Caswell (Church Music) 

28-Aug. 2 Youth Conference II, Caswell (Youth Ministry) 

AUGUST 

4 Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

4-8 Life and Career Directions Workshop, Caraway 

4-9 Youth Conference HI, Caswell (Youth Ministry) 

6-12 WMU Conference, Ridgecrest, (SBC) 

11-15 Younger Children's Choir Leadership Conf. (Church Music) 

15 Youth Evangelism Night, Greensboro Coliseum 
19 Missions Committee, 4:30 (KM) 

22-23 WMU Associational Workshop, Ridgecrest 

22-23 Lay Witness Training Session, Caraway (Brotherhood) 

29-30 WMU Associational Workshop, Mundo Vista 

9-15 Home Missions Week, Ridgecrest 

18-19 Church Music Workshop, First Baptist Church, Cherryville 
(Regional) 

25 Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

SEPTEMBER 

1 Labor Day 

5-6 WMU Associational Workshop, Mundo Vista 

8-9 Sunday School Leadership Conference 

12-13 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Ridgecrest (Church Music) 

16 Executive Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

19-20 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway (Church Music) 

19-21 Business and Professional Men's Retreat, Caraway 
(Brotherhood) 

21 North Carolina Missions Offering Sunday 

23 Church Building Conference, Highland Church, Hickory 
(Building & Planning) 

23-24 North-South Track Meet (Brotherhood) 

26-28 Baptist Student Convention, Ridgecrest 

15-16 Annual WMU Leadership Conference (KM) 

8-9 Sunday School Officers & Teachers Training (KM) 

22-25 Pastoral Leadership Seminar (KM) 

30 Council on Christian Education 

30 North Carolina Missions Offering Sunday 

30-Oct. 1 N.C. General Board 

OCTOBER 

1 Coop. Prog. Emphasis in the Churches (Stewardship) 

6 Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

6 Children's Bible Skill Rally, First Baptist Church, Shelby (KM) 

3-4 Sunday School All-age Training, Caraway 

6-8 Youth-Young Adult Evangelism Conference, Caraway 

9 Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

9-10 Pastor-Music Director Workshops, Caraway 

10-11 State-wide Deacons' Retreat, Caraway (Church Programs) 

10-11 Sunday School All-age Training, Ridgecrest 

10-11 Younger Crusader RA Camp, Caraway 

12 Biblical Recorder Day 

13-15 Equipping Center, Caraway (Church Training) 

14-15 Acteens Associational Council Training, Mundo Vista 



14-16 Senior Adult Fall Retreat 

17-18 Senior Men's Retreat-Overseas Missions Retreat, Caraway 

(Brotherhood) 

20-24 Instrumental Seminar (Church Music) 

20-24 Area Youth Church Training Leader Labs (Church Training) 

21-22 Annual Meeting, Macedonia, (KM) 

24-25 BYW CConvention, Ridgecrest 

24-25 Pioneer RA Officers' Workshop, Caraway 

26 High Attendance Day (KM) 

28 Energy Conservation Conference, Asheville 
(Building & Planning) 

31 -Nov. 1 Youth Council Retreat I, Caraway (Youth Ministry) 

NOVEMBER 

2 Mental Retardation Sunday 
3-9 Royal Ambassador Week 

3 Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 
6 Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

6 Church Missions Conference, Hickory (Church Extension) 

7 January Bible Study Teacher Training Clinics (Sunday School) 
7-8 State-wide Chairmen of Deacons/Pastors Conference, Hickory 

(Church Programs) 

7-8 Youth Council Retreat II, Caraway (Youth Ministry) 

8-9 NC Baptist Men's Convention (Brotherhood) 

8 International Banquet (KM) 

10-12 Baptist State Convention, Greensboro 

14-15 Crusader RA Congress (Brotherhood) 

3 Baptist Women Day of Prayer 

16 Brotherhood Prayer Breakfast 

17 Committee Orientation and Planning (KM) 

18 Missions Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

27 Thanksgiving Day 

30-Dec. 7 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

DECEMBER 

1 Pastors' Conference, 10:30 A.M. (KM) 

1 1 Ministers' Wives Auxiliary, Noon (KM) 

16 Executive Committee, 4:30 P.M. (KM) 

25 Christmas Day (Thursday) 

28 Student Day at Christmas (Youth & Campus Ministry) 



EASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 





Eastside Baptist Church was organized 
in December, 1921, with thirty-one charter 
members. The first pastor, CO. Johnson, 
led in building the first auditorium and 
was pastor for one year. Others who have 
served as pastors are: Reverend W.G. 
Camp, Reverend H.E. Waldrop, Reverend 
R.P. Hamby, Reverend W.P. Biggerstaff, 
Reverend E.B. Hicks, and the present 
pastor, Reverend Wilson W. Padgett, who 
has served for twenty-one years. 

The church was moved eight years ago 
from Buffalo Street to its present site at 
1165 Wyke Road. The $600,000 church 
plant and facilities is located on a nine- 
acre site opposite the Jefferson Elemen- 
tary School. The Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association Office site is adjacent to it. 

The average length of pastorates for the 
church's seven pastors is eight and one- 
half years. The present resident member- 
ship is about six hundred. 



DEDICATED 




The 1979 Minutes of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association are dedicated 
to the memory of Reverend Tom W. Bray, who for more than forty years was 
a faithful preacher of God's Word. 

Mr. Bray entered the ministry in 1936, having previously been a barber and 
insurance representative. He was a veteran of World War I. He served 
churches in Guilford, Davidson and Rowan counties. From 1950 until retire- 
ment in March of 1959, he served as Director of Missions of the Kings 
Mountain Baptist Association. 

Reverend Bray was a man of true compassion and a faithful follower of our 
Lord, Jesus Christ. He is survived by two sons, Thomas and William, and by 
his wife, Mrs. Edith Moore Bray. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Historical Sketch of Host Church 6 

Dedication 7 

1980 Calendar 2 

Associational Directory 9 

Committee on Committees 9 

Organizational Workers 11 

Constitution 14 

By-Laws 16 

Representatives on Executive Board 23 

Assistant Pastors and Ministers of Ed. and Youth 26 

Licensed Ministers .27 

Ministers Ordained this Year 27 

Ordained Ministers not Serving as Pastors 28 

Ministers Deceased this Year 27 

Messengers attending the Annual Meeting 29 

Visitors attending the Annual Meeting 31 

Church Librarians 31 

Members Deceased During the Year 32 

Historical Events of Interest 35 

Church Groupings 36 

Proceedings 37 

Program 40 

REPORTS: 

Christian Social Ministries 43 

Nominating Committee 45 

Sunday School 47 

Church Training 48 

Woman's Missionary Union 49 

Baptist Men 50 

Music 50 

Auditing Committee 51 

Memorials Committee 51 

Resolutions Committee 52 

Ordination Committee 53 

Constitution Committee 53 

Executive Board ■ 47 

Church Library Report 54 

Treasurer 54 

Budget 57 

Contributions from the Churches 56 

Digest from Church Letters 60 

TABLES: 

Historical Tables 61 

Statistical Tables 63 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

Moderator Rev. Dan Jolly, Box 1284, Shelby 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Marion Adams, 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Director of Missions Rev. Cline W. Borders, Box 24, Shelby 

Director of Christian Social Ministries Rev. Bob Davis, Box 24, Shelby 

Clerk-Treasurer Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Box 174, Shelby 

Office Secretary Mrs. Mae Petty, Box 24, Shelby 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Moderator, Chairman Box 1284, Shelby 

Rev. Marion Adams, Vice-Moderator 1321 S. Lafayette St.! Shelby 

Rev. Cline Borders, Director of Missions Box 24, Shelby 

Rev. Bob Davis, Director of Social Ministries Box 24 ! Shelby 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk Treasurer Box 174,' Shelby 

Rev. Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director Box 79, Waco 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Director Rt. 2, Box 272,'shelby 

Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Director . . .402 Phifer Rd., Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Beth Hamrick, WMU Director Box 465, Shelby 

Rev. Glenn Davenport, Youth for Christ Director Box 1360,' Shelby 

Mr. Bob Dills, Music Director Box 1360, Shelby 

Rev. Ned Buckner, Pres. Pastors' Conference Rt. 6, Box 505, Shelby 

Rev. Bruce Rabon, Ch. Nominating Committee Box 344, Fallston 

Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Ch. Committee on Committees Rt. 4, Shelby 

Rev. Ed Sesson, Ch. Membership Committee Rt. 2, Shelby 

Rev. Jerry King, Ch. Finance Committee 1407 Wesson Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Alton Martin, Ch. Evangelism Committee Box 255, Polkville 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Chairman Rt. 4, Shelby 

Rev. Eugene Land 
Mrs. Dianne Ledbetter 
Mr. Charles Queen 
Mr. Bob Dorsey 

CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Marion Adams, Chairman 

Rev. Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Director 

Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Director 

Mrs. Beth Hamrick, WMU Director 

Mr. Bob Dills, Music Director 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Wade Dellinger, Chairman, Shelby 1980 

Mrs. Diane Ledbetter, Lawndale 1980 

Dr. Forrest Feezor, Shelby 1981 

Mrs. Harold Causby, Shelby 1981 

Rev. W.V. Tarlton, Shelby 1982 

Mrs. Gene Cox, Shelby 1982 



CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Ned Buckner, Chairman 1982 

Mr. Bobby Crawford, Earl 1980 

Mr. George Hamrick, Shelby 1981 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Rev. Alton Martin, Chairman, Polkville J982 

Mrs. Robert Davis, Polkville 980 

Mrs. Jerry King, Shelby 980 

Rev. Ralph Lail, Shelby 98 

Rev. William Lockaby, Shelby iy81 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Jerry King, Chairman 1982 

Mr. Charles Alexander, Kings Mountain 1980 

Rev. Tom Patterson, Kings Mountain 1980 
Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk -Treasurer 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. Wyan Washburn (Historian) Chairman, Boiling Springs 

Mr. George Murray, Waco 1980 

Mrs. Ruth Dedmon, Shelby 1980 

Mrs. Nancy Queen, Polkville 1981 

Mr. Bill Alexander, Kings Mountain 1981 

Mr. Lansford Jolley, Boiling Springs 1982 

Mrs. W.A. McSwain, Kings Mountain 1982 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Rev. Ed Sessom, Chairman, Shelby 1980 

Mr. Demar Boyles, Shelby 1981 

Mr. Paul Lancaster, Kings Mountain 1981 

Rev. Kenneth Walters, Polkville 1982 

Rev. Stanley Webb, Boiling Springs 1982 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

Dr. Robert Lamb, Chairman, Boiling Springs 1982 

Rev. Randall Runion, Fallston 1980 

Rev. James Rice, Shelby 1981 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Rev. Bruce Rabon, Chairman, Fallston 1980 

Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, Boiling Springs 1980 

Rev. Mai Schuman, Kings Mountain 1981 

Mr. Webb Kiser, Lawndale 1981 

Rev. Russell Fitts, Lawndale 1982 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 1982 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. Paul Sorrells, Chairman, Shelby 1980 

Rev. Clyde Bearden, Kings Mountain 1980 

Rev. Oliver Price, Lawndale 1981 

Rev. Johnny Bridges, Shelby 1982 

Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 1982 

10 



ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Don Ledbettcr, Chairman, Lawndale 1980 

Rev. Eugene Land, Kings Mountain 1981 

Rev. Fred Wells, Kings Mountain 1982 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Moderator 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

Mr. Bob Dills, Music Chairman 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Mr. Dean Poteat, Chairman, Shelby 1981 

Rev. Woodrow Wall, Shelby 1980 

Miss Cynthia Hamrick, Shelby 1980 

Mr. Jim Southard, Lawndale 1981 

Mrs. Delores Pearson, Earl 1981 

Mr. Duane Bradley, Shelby 1982 

Mr. Harold Blanton, Shelby 1982 
RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Harvey Beeler, Chairman, Grover 1980 

Mrs. John Hendrick, Shelby 1981 

Rev. Fred Cartee 1982 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Rev. Max Linnens, Boiling Springs 1980 

Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Shelby 1981 

Mrs. L.N. Buchanan, Shelby 1981 

Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 1980 

Mr. Curt Bradford, Shelby 1982 

Mrs. Ken Walters, Polkville 1982 

(Chairman to be elected by committee) 
YOUTH FOR CHRIST DIRECTOR 
Rev. Glenn Davenport, Shelby 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rev. Roland Leath, Chairman 

Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon, Boiling Springs 

Mrs. Evelyn Jackson, Shelby 

Mr. Edwin Moore, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

ORGANIZATIONAL WORKERS 

Parliamentarian 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 

Auditor 

Hamrick and Redding Shelby 

Chairman of Library Council 

Mrs. Bonnie Price Boiling Springs 

Historian 

Dr. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

Music Director 

Mr. Bob Dills Shelby 

Organist 

Mrs. Marie Horn Shelby 

Youth for Christ Director 

Mr. Glenn Davenport Shelby 

11 



Trustees 

Mr. George Hamrick, 1980 Shelby 

Mr. T.S. Putnam, 1981 Lawndak 

Mr. Fred Flowers, 1982 Shelby 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Rev - Royce Ballew, Waco 

Teacher improvement Director Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 

Outreach Director Mr. John Hunter, Shelby 

VBS Director Rev - Randall Runion, Lawndale 

Homebound Activities Director Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: 

Preschool Mrs. Linda Ellis, Shelby 

Children #1 Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Children #2 Mrs. Wanda Webb, Boiling Springs 

Youth Mr. Larry Greene, Shelby 

Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Boiling Springs 
Adults Mr. Billy Cooper, Shelby 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Shelby 

New Member Orientation Rev. Stanley Webb, Boiling Springs 

Adult Leader Rev- Ed Sessom, Shelby 

Leadership Training Mr. Billy Cooper, Shelby 

Pre-school Leader Mrs. June Sorrells, Shelby 

Children's Leader Mrs. Ken Walters 

Youth Leadership Mr. Michael Deese, Shelby 

TELEPHONE CONTACT COMMITTEE: 

Mrs. Beck Wright, 937-7337 Grover 

Miss Delores White, 739-681 1 Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Nancy Freeman, 434-6427 Lattimore 

Mrs. Minor Gettys, 487-5762 Polkville 

Mrs. Jean McSwain, 482-5453 Shelby 

Mrs. Margie McDaniel, 482-0077 Waco 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. Beth Hamrick 

Assistant Director Mrs. Frances Cline 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Joyce Bowman 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Avery Murphy 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Martha Madden 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Donna Runion 

Acteens Director Mrs. Teresa Seism 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Joyce Lewis 

Girls Auxiliary Director Mrs. Linda Ellis 

Assistant Girls Auxiliary Director Mrs. Brenda Morrison 

Mission Friends Director Miss Debbie Lail 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Susan Anthony 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Leonard Allen 

Assistant Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Carrie Rogers 

Mission Action Chairman Mrs. Janet Creswell 

Assistant Mission Action Chairman Mrs. Dave Hovis 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Joyce Summers 

Nominating Committee Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, Chairman 

Mrs Mafrey Sessom Mrs. Sarah Goare Mrs. Glenda Greene 

Mrs. Mary Dellinger Mrs. Mary Warlick 

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BROTHERHOOD 

Director Mr. Willard Boules, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Director Mr. Roger Costner, Shelby 

Baptist Men's Director Mr. Joe Hamrick, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Harold Causby, Shelby 

RA Leader Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

RA Committee Mr. Charles Doty, Shelby 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 

Mr. Jimmy Hines, Shelby 

Mr. Tommy McCoy, Shelby 

Mr. Barry Greene, Shelby 

Mr. Raymond Francis, Shelby 

Mr. Dennis Bolin, Kings Mountain 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes Rev. J.C. Goare, Kings Mountain 

Homes for the Aging Mr. Walter Davis, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital Rev. Charles Freeman, Boiling Springs 

Baptist Colleges Rev. Robert W. Abrams, Boiling Springs 

Annuity Board Rev. Paul Home, Kings Mountain 

Christian Literature Mr. A.L. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS'S CONFERENCE 

President Rev. Ned Buckner, Shelby 

Vice-President Rev. Jerry King, Shelby 

Secretary Rev. Randall Runion, Lawndale 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES 

President Mrs. Grace Lucas, Shelby 

Vice-President Mrs. Margaret Lockaby, Shelby 

Secretary Mrs. Carolyn Cooper, Shelby 



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CONSTITUTION 

PREAMBLE 

We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Cleve- 
land, State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do hereby pro- 
pose to establish and maintain the principles and rules of order of a district 
Association in conformity to the following plan: 

ARTICLE I NAME 

The name of this body shall be the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State and 
Southern Baptist Convention in the promotion of Christian Missions at home 
and abroad and in any other related objects such as Evangelism, Christian 
Education, Benevolent Enterprises, and Social Services, which it may deem 
proper and desirable for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1: The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
churches in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall apply to 
the Membership Committee. Application should include: 

1. Formal action by the group seeking admission reflecting that 75% of 
those voting expresses their intent to cooperate. 

2. A written stastement reflecting, their beliefs and practices. 

3. A written statement that expresses their intent to cooperate. 

4. A willingness to meet with Membership Committee to discuss other items 
of mutual interest to both parties. 

The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking its 
services and be willing to present a statement of Baptist belief and practice 
and what it means to cooperate with the churches in the Association in a 
world-wide mission program. If recommended by this committee and accepted 
by the Association, a mission or a church shall agree to come under the 
watchcare of the Association for a minimum of one year. Membership within 
the Association shall be determined by vote of the Associaton at its annual 
meeting. Churches under the watchcare shall be entitled to all rights and priv- 
ileges of the Association except their members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Section 3: The Association shall be the sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches, or reject churches, according to its constitution and 
by-laws. Member churches may also withdraw as they desire, and if requested, 
the Associational Executive Board may grant letters of recommendation to 
other like associations. 

ARTICLE IV MEETINGS 

Section 1 : The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October and continue until the business of the 
Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or Executive 
Board, provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, two 
messengers to the meetings of the Association for each fifty members of the 
church, provided each church shall not have less than three nor more than ten 
messengers. These shall constitute the voting body of the Association. The 
names of messengers printed in the minutes shall include only those in attend- 
ance and registering at the Associational Meeting. 

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ARTICLE V AUTHORITY 

Each church in this Association is independent and soverign in its own 
affairs, and the Association has no authority over the churches except as 
provided in this Constitution in Article III, Section 2 and 3. 

ARTICLE VI OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTIONS 

Section 1 : The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Clerk-Treas- 
urer, Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, Sunday School Director, 
Chairman of the Library Council, Baptist Youth for Christ Director, and 
Parliamentarian. 

Section 2: The Moderator, Vice-Moderator and Clerk-Treasurer shall be 
elected on the morning of the last day of the annual meeting. All other off- 
icers shall be contacted and nominated by the Committee on Nominations and 
elected by the Associational Executive Board at their April meeting. 

Section 3: The newly elected Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer 
shall assume at the close of the annual session all duties incumbent upon them 
relating to the work of the ensuing associational year. All other officers shall 
assume all duties incumbent upon them relating to the work of the ensuing 
year on October 1. 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be inelig- 
ible for re-election for two years. 

ARTICLE VII TRUSTEES AND THEIR ELECTION 

There shall be three Trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, 
serving terms of three years each on a rotating basis. On nomination by the 
Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the Annual 
Meeting, no trustee being eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of 
one year. The expiration date of each trustee's term of office shall appear by 
his name in the Associational Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII THE ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Associtional Executive Board shall be composed of all Associational 
officers (Article VI, Section 1), the Associational Director of Missions, the 
Christian Social Ministries Director, (ex-officio without voting privileges), 
each active pastor, two members chosen by each member church from its 
membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and chair- 
men t of all standing committees of the Association. The Associational Exec- 
tive Board shall have the authority to act for the Association between sessions, 
except as limited by the Constitution. Associational Executive Board members 
are the connecting link between the Association and the churches. Executive 
Board members should represent the churches to the Association. Executive 
Board members should act as representatives for the Association to the 
churches. It is the responsibility of the Executive Board members to promote 
the programs, represent the needs and report to the churches concerning the 
work and ministry of the Association. Executive Board members should seek 
acceptable means of representing the Association to their respective fellow- 
ships. It shall be the duty of the Executive Board to meet quarterly and to 
make reports and recommendations to the Association in its Annual Meeting. 

The quarterly meetings will be in January, April and July, on Monday after 
the third Sunday. 

ARTICLE IX COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Association shall have the following standing committees, 
with their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through 
the following annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the Annual Meeting: 

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1. Order of Business and Program Committee (By-Law IV, Section I) 

2. Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

3. Evangelism Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

4. Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

5. Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

6. Nominating Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

7. Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

8. Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

9. Calendar Committee (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

10. Resolutions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

11. Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

12. Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

13. Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

14. Christian Social Ministry Committee (By-Law IV, Section 17) 

15. Church Reconciliation Committee (By-Law IV, Section 18) 

16. Mission Committee (By-Law IV, Section 19) 

17. Recreation and Drama Committee (By-Law IV, Section 20) 

18. Any other committee authorized by the Association. 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting: Committee on 
Committees. (By-Law IV, Section 14) 

Section 2: The following committee shall be appointed by the Moderator at 
least thirty days prior to the Annual Meeting to serve during the Annual Meet- 
ing: Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16). 
ARTICLE X AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any Annual Session of 
the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members 
present. Proposed changes must be presented to the Association on the first 
day and voted upon by a standing vote of the Association on the last day. It 
is recommended that all proposed changes first be submitted to the Consti- 
tution Committee. 



BY-LAWS 

By-Law I PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's rules for 
conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes 
otherwise. 

By-Law II ASSOCIATION YEAR 

The Associational Year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 
By-Law III DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1 : The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the body accord- 
ing to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees and 
Committee on Enrollment. He shall be the Chairman of the Associational 
Executive Board and be an ex officio (without voting privileges) member of all 
other committees. Upon completion of his term of office, the Moderator shall 
become a member-at-large (for two years) of the Missions Committee, Execu- 
tive, and the Executive Board. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure, of the Moderator, and shall be the Vice-Chairman of the Executive 
Board. 

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Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the 
member churches at least a month before the Association's Annual Meeting, 
distribute at the Annual Meeting copies of the digest of these reports, make an 
accurate record of the proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing 
and distributing of Minutes to the member churches, keep on file copies of 
Minutes, records, and other documents of the Association, and shall also 
serve as Secretary of the Executive Board. He shall inform all members elected 
to office or appointed to serve on committees of such action. He shall receive 
and bank all funds of the Association in the name of the Association; disburse 
the same upon instructions from the Association, its Executive Board, or as 
designated in the budget (no money is to be disbursed which is not included in 
the budget except upon recommendation of the Finance Committee to the 
Executive Board or the Association in annual session); render an accurate 
report of receipts and disbursements and distribute same at the Annual Meet- 
ing and give a report at each quarterly Executive Board meeting and keep 
books available and up-to-date for examination. 

Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Associational Year, make 
an audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the 
Association and its churches, and make a written report to each Annual Meet- 
ing of the Association. 

Section 6: The Sunday School Director shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in promoting the work of the Sunday School Department. This 
officer shall attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans 
to this committee that would promote this work. 

The Associational Sunday School should assist church leaders to be more 
effective in their responsibility. This should include: 

1. Provide opportunities for fellowship and inspiration. 

2. Interpret the Sunday School Program. 

3. Train Sunday School leaders. 

4. Consult with Sunday School leaders concerning their program. 

5. Provide organization and leadership for cooperative work among the 
churches. 

Section 7: The Church Training Department shall cooperate with the Direc- 
tor of Missions in promoting the work of the Church Training Department. 
This officer shall attend Executive Committee meetings, maintain the on-going 
work of this department at all times, and give an annual report to the Associ- 
ation. 

Section 8: The Music Director shall provide leadership for the Association 
in session and when requested at other times during the year. This officer shall 
attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans to this 
Committee that would promote the work. He shall encourage music growth in 
the churches throughout the year and shall make a written report to the 
Annual Meeting. 

Section 9: The Brotherhood Director shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in promoting the work of men and boys in the churches. The officer 
shall attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans to 
promote the development of men and boys and an awareness of world mission 
needs. 

Section 10: The Woman's Missionary Union Director serves on the Execu- 
tive Committee of the Association and works with the Director of Missions; 
leads the WMU Council; confers with our association WMU officers and 
assists them in their work; leads in providing opportunities for leaders and 
members of their church WMUs to have fellowship and receive inspiration 
concerning their mutual missions task; leads in interpreting the WMU prog- 
ram to church leaders; leads in training church WMU workers and members; 

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consults with church leaders concerning initiation of WMU work and the 
improvement of existing work; presides at and plans for associational meeting, 
leads in associational WMU annual planning; leads in discovering mission 
action needs and in coordinating the work being done; and reports progress of 
WMU work to the Association and serves as contact between the Association 
and state WMU. 

Section 1 1 : The Chairman of the Library Council shall promote the beginn- 
ing and maintenance of church libraries in the churches; provide training 
opportunities for church librarians; maintain and develop the associational 
library; attend the Executive Committee meetings; cooperate with the Director 
of Missions and make an annual report to the Association at its annual 

session. , „ lL 

Section 12: The Baptist Youth for Christ Director shall, under the supervis- 
ion of the Director of Missions, guide and promote the youth activities of the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association. Such activities may include: 

1. Youth Council sessions. 

2. Bi-monthly sessions of Youth for Christ in local churches. 

3. A Kairos Crusade for Christ every 3 to 5 years. 

4 Mission Vacation Bible School and/or Backyard VBS. 

5. Sponsorship of a booth at Cleveland County Fair each October. 

6. Any other activity which the Baptist Youth for Christ Director, Youth 
Council, Director of Missions, and Executive Committee deems necessary 
to foster a positive Christian witness for Christ. 

Section 13: The Parliamentarian shall, at the Annual Meeting of the Associ- 
ation, rule on all questions of parliamentary procedure which shall arise 
during the sessions. The Parliamentarian shall serve as a resource person to 
the churches and shall, upon request, advise and assist the churches on 
matters of parliamentary procedure. 

Section 14: Vacancies occurring between Annual Sessions shall be filled by 
the Executive Board, except the office of Moderator, in which case the Vice- 
Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 

By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Order of Business and Program Committee shall be com- 
posed of three members and the Moderator, Clerk and the Associational 
Music Director. It shall rotate the place of meeting among the groups of 
churches with the host church being determined by the group. It shall rec- 
ommend the preacher and the alternate for the annual sermon. It shall Prepare 
a printed program for the Annual Meeting for the Association, which shall be 
sent to all persons on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before 
the Annual Meeting. It shall, on the opening day of the Annual Meeting of 
the Association, present the printed program for adoption and serve through 
the session when adjustments in the order of business become necessary. This 
committee will be responsible for promoting the Annual Meeing through the 
various news media. 
Section 2: The Executive Committee 

1. Shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk/Treas- 
urer, Music Director, Sunday School Director, Church Training Director, 
Brotherhood Director, WMU Director, Baptist Youth for Christ Director, 
Chairperson of the Christian Social Ministries Committee; President of the 
Pastors' Conference; Chairman of the Nominating Committee, Chairman of 
Committee on Committees, Chairman of Christian Life Committee, Chairman 
of Membership Committee, Chairman of Finance Committee, and Chairman 
of Evangelism. 

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2. When without a Director of Missions, this committee shall seek out and 
recommend to the Association, or its Executive Board, for election of a new 
Director of Missions according to By-Law VI, Section 11. 

3. It shall administer all matters referred to it by the Association or Execu- 
tive Board and act on routine or emergency matters concerning business 
management, approve employment of all office personnel, deal with problems 
relating to personnel, and maintain adequate equipment for the office. It shall 
meet regularly, not less than quarterly, but a quorum of seven is necessary to 
transact business. 

Section 3: The Evangelism Committee, composed of six members, shall 
promote the work of evangelism in the churches and the Association in coop- 
eration with the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to 
be subject to the approval of the Association or its Executive Board. 

Section 4: The Finance Committee, composed of three members, with the 
treasurer, shall study the Association's financial needs of an adequate prog- 
ram, present a budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans 
for securing the cooperation of the churches in raising funds to meet the 
budget, and make a written report to the Annual Meeting. 

The Committee shall be prepared to assist any church within the Associa- 
tion, upon request, with the stewardship programs offered by the Convention. 

The Committee shall express gratitude to the churches for their stewardship 
development that enables them to participate in local, home, and foreign 
missions. 

Section 5: The Ordination Committee, composed of five members, with the 
pastor of the home church (the church of which the candidate is a member), 
the Director of Missions, and deacons of the home and requesting churches, 
shall, when requested by a member church, assist with the examination and 
ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

The Committee requires that it receive a copy of that portion of the 
Minutes, signed by the clerk, of the church conference at which the home 
voted to request examination of the candidate. 

The Committee requires that the candidate be called by a church for min- 
istry before requesting examination. 

The Chairman shall notify the candidate of the time, place, and procedure. 

The Committee suggests that the candidate be questioned at least two weeks 
prior to his ordination. 

The Committee shall question the candidate about his conversion, his call, 
his priorities, his doctrine, and his personal life. The Committee may also 
counsel the candidate. 

The candidate should feel free to seek advice from the Committee regarding 
any area of the ministry. 

In every instance, the Committee shall be guided by the Scripture, especially 
I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9. 

The Committee shall give written notice to the home church as to whether 
or not it recommends that the church proceed with the ordination. 

The Chairman shall report the Committee's activities to the Executive Board 
quarterly and provide a written report for the Annual Meeting. 

Section 6: The Nominating Committee, composed of six members, shall 
contact before and nominate at the April Executive Board meeting, the off- 
icers of the Association according to Article VI and VIII of the Constitution. 
This Committee shall also, in cooperation with the Nominating Committee of 
various departments (except the WMU and Brotherhood organizations), 
recommend workers for these various departments. The officers and workers 
of these respective organizations shall be nominated by the organization them- 
selves and submitted to the Nominating Committee (Article VI, Section 1). It 

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shall also nominate associational representatives for the various institutions 
and agencies of our convention and members of the General Board of our 
Baptist State Convention. This Committee shall also assist the Executive 
Board in filling vacancies which occur between annual meetings of the Associ- 
ation. This Committee's nominations shall not preclude other nominations 
from the floor. 

Section 7: The Constitution Committee, composed of three members, shall 
be available to study changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make 
recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: The Membership Committee, composed of five members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws. The Member- 
ship Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking its services and be will- 
ing to present a statement of Baptist faith and practice and what it means to 
cooperate with other churches in the Association in a world-wide mission 
program. The Membership Committee shall annually review all churches and 
missions under the watchcare of the Association and may present them for 
membership within the Association or that they continue under the watchcare. 

Section 9: The Calendar Committee shall be composed of the following 
Associational officers: Sunday School Director, Church Training Director, 
WMU Director, Brotherhood Director, Music Director and Vice-Moderator as 
chairman. This committee shall work out as soon as possible each year an 
Associational Calendar for the coming year and present same to the Executive 
Board for adoption. 

Section 10: The Resolutions Committee composed of three members, shall 
draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation, plan and 
promote the work of the Committee in an annual planning meeting; and 
present resolutions of appreciation to individuals, organizations, and churches 
when there are events worthy of commendation. 

Section 1 1 : The Historical Committee shall be composed of the Historian 
as chairman and six other members. It shall be the duty of the Historical 
Committee to collect, compile, and preserve all materials of interest to the 
Association and member churches. It shall make its report at the Annual 
Association Meeting. 

Section 12: The Seminary Extension Committee, composed of three 
members, shall publicize study courses and programs that are available; and 
shall plan, provide and promote Seminary Extension studies as they may be 
desired. 

Section 13: The Christian Life Committee, composed of six members, will 
give continual attention to the moral climate of the community and shall 
initiate necessary action to maintain and improve the climate. The committee 
shall commend these persons and institutions that uphold Christian virture, 
and shall support the churches in the teaching of Christian personal and social 
righteousness. 

Section 14: The Committee on Committees, composed of five members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 
1), and shall assist the Executive Board in filing vacancies on all standing 
committees occurring between sessions. This committee shall also name the 
Chairman of each committee. 

Section 15: The Telephone Contact Committee shall be composed of one 
person from each group of churches in the Association (6). This committee 
members shall relay messages to pastors and key leaders during the year. All 
messages to be sent should be cleared with the Director of Misisons. 

Section 16: The Enrollment Committee shall prepare for and direct the 
enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 

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Section 17: The Christian Social Ministry Committee, composed of six 
members, shall assist the CSM Director in the planning, promoting and corr- 
elation of the Christian Social Ministry programs. This is to be a sub- 
committee of the Associational Missions Committee, with the Chairperson of 
the CSM committee serving as a member of the Missions Committee. Ex 
officio members shall be the Moderator and the Director of Missions. 

Section 18: The Church Reconciliation Committee shall be composed of the 
present Moderator as chairman, two immediate past Moderators and two lay 
persons to be appointed annually by the above stated members. The chairman 
will report to the Executive Committee or the Executive Board the names of 
those lay persons appointed. This committee will be open to any person or 
persons of a member church seeking assistance with problems related to their 
church. 

Section 19: The Missions Committee shall be made up of the following 
members: the Director of Missions will be the chairman without voting privi- 
leges, Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, Finance Committee 
Chairman, Chairperson of CSM Committee, Sunday School Director, Church 
Training Director, Brotherhood Director, WMU Director, and President of 
the Pastor's Conference. 

This Committee is to be available as a sounding board, to support the 
Director of Missions as a person (as well as an officer in the Association), 
provide feed-back concerning Associational programs and activities, conveying 
suggestions from the Association, and offering support in projecting programs 
to the Executive Committee and/or Executive Board. The Missions Committee 
shall seek to determine areas of need within and without the Association and 
formulate recommendations to the Associational Executive Committee. This 
responsibility includes recommending the purchase of land for future church 
development to the Associational Executive Committee. The Missions 
Committee has no authority other than to make recommendations to the 
Executive Committee or the Executive Board. The Committee may be called 
together at the discretion of the Chairman or determine its own meeting time 
and place. 

Section 20: The Recreation and Drama Committee shall promote a program 
of Christian recreation and drama in the churches. The Committee shall 
regard recreation and drama as a means, not an end. The Recreation and 
Drama Committee shall use their programs as a way to teach, a means of 
witnessing and an avenue of expressing the abundant Christian life. The 
Recreation and Drama Committee shall be responsible to give assistance to 
any church that should request help in the area of recreation and drama. The 
Committee's responsibilities shall include fellowships, Senior Adults, retreats, 
crafts, drama workshops and other assignments of the Association, if asked. 
The Chairman of the Recreation and Drama Committee shall plan with the 
Director of Missions and give a report of the committee's activities at the 
Executive Board quarterly meetings. 

Section 21: Members of all these committees, except those appointed by the 
Moderator, shall be elected to serve not more than three years on a rotating 
basis. 

By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the Trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, money, 
endowment, or other securities of said Association, and they shall handle all 
legal matters of the Association under the direction of the Association or its 
Executive Board. 

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By-Law VI DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Section 1 : His selection shall be upon the recommendaiton of the Executive 
Committee and on vote by the Association at its Annual Meeting, or between 
sessions of the Association, by its Executive Board. His time of office shall 
continue until terminated by mutual consent or request of either party. He 
shall be a member of all committees and organizations of the Association in a 
serving and advisory capacity. 

By-Law VII DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRY 

Section 1 : Employment - The Director of CSM shall be jointly employed by 
the Association, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Home Mission Board. The employee should be elected to work until the 
sponsoring groups mutually agree to cease the tenure of service or the 
employee resigns. The CSM Director shall work under the supervision of the 
Director of Misions and in compliance with the Job Description provided by 
the State and Association. 

Section 2: Basic Function - The basic functions are to work with the CSM 
Committee to organize, supervise and promote a program of activities to meet 
the spiritual, educational, emotional and physical needs of the people within 
the geographical boundaries of the Association. 

Section 3: The CSM Director shall be an ex officio member of the Associa- 
tional Executive Board, Associational Executive Committee and Missions 
Committee without voting privileges. 

Section 4: When without a Christian Social Ministries Director, the Associa- 
tional Executive Committee shall be reponsible for the appointment of a 
Search Committee to seek a person to serve as Christian Social Ministries 
Director according to By-Law VII Section 1 and 2. 

By-Law VIII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the Annual 
Meeting by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 
By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and 
closed with prayer. 

Section 2: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the Associa- 
tion shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 

Section 3: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject 
except by permission of the Association. 

Section 4: Messengers present from half the churches shall constitute a 
quorum. 

Section 5: Unless the Association decides otherwise, Annual Sessions shall 
be held on a rotating basis with a church or churches in each of the six 
Associational Groups as follows: Polkville, Lattimore, Shelby, Kings Moun- 
tain, Grover, and Waco. 

By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the Southern 
Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. 



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REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

ALLEN MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Brady Lail, Rt. 1, box 613, Grover 

Mrs. Darvin Allen, Box 216, Grover 

BEAVER DAM 

Mr. and Mrs. Flay Brooks, Rt. 8, Shelby 

BETHANY 

None 

BETHEL 

None 

BETHLEHEM 

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Echols, Rt. 2, Box 375, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Miles Seism, Rt. 1, Box 34AA, Kings Mountain 

BOILING SPRINGS 

Thirlen Osboren, Box 353, Boiling Springs 

Robert Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs 

BUFFALO 

Mrs. Hugh Lackey 

Elden Edison, 1308 Crestview Drive, Shelby 

Mrs. Lila Wilson, Rt. 7, shelby 

CALAVARY 

Boyd Chapman, 1402 Kings Rd., Shelby 

Bob Tessenair, 1013 Hardin Dr., Shelby 

CARPENTER'S GROVE 

Mrs. Harry Hart, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Mr. Leslie Seagle, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Mrs. D.C. Carpenter, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

CASAR 

Fay Melton, Casar 

Herman Melton, Rt. 1, Casar 

CHRISTIAN FREEDOM 

Willard/Vernice Dudley, Rt. 2, Box 419C, Kings Mountain 

CHURCHILL DRIVE 

Mrs. Gene Beaver, 844 Churchill Dr., Shelby 

Mrs. Jerry Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171E., Shelby 

COMMUNITY 

None 

DAVID 

Mrs. Ann Schuman, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Jackie McSwain, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

DOUBLE SHOALS 

James Seism, Rt. 5, Shelby 

E.Y. Spangler, Rt. 1, Shelby 

DOUBLE SPRINGS 

Mr. B.B. Scruggs, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Mr. Vail Doty, Rt. 4, Shelby 

DOVER 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bridges, Box 1707, Shelby 

EASTSIDE, Kings Mountain 

Rev. James Williams 

O.E. Jolly 

J.R. VanDyke 

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EASTSIDE, Shelby 

Rev. Howard Cook, 1803 David Dr., Shelby 

Arnold Brittain, 1026 Fallston Rd., Shelby 

Mrs. O.C. Huskey, 331 Grover St., Shelby 

ELIZABETH 

Mr. Joe Mauney, 1314 Montrose Dr., Shelby 

Mr. T.G. Westmoreland, 1009 W. Marion St., Shelby 

ELLIOTTS MEMORIAL 

None 

EMMANUEL 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cartee, Rt. 4, Box 148, Cherryville 

Betty Black, 1135 Jacob St., Cherryville 

FAITH 

None 

FALLSTON 

None 

FLINT HILL 

Ralph Harrill, Rt. 2, Shelby 

Ollen Ledbetter, Rt. 2, Shelby 

GROVER FIRST 

Hood Watterson, Rt. 1, Box 231, Grover 

Grady Ross, Box 323, Grover 

HIGHLAND 

T.R. Wright, Shelby 

R.J. Price, 427 Brookside Dr., Shelby 

IMMANUEL 

Boyce Burton, Box 1052, Shelby 

Loyd Holmes, 210 Ware St., Shelby 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 

Eugene Roberts, 818 N. Piedmont, Kings Mountain 

J.C. Goare, 407 Hawthorne Ln., Kings Mountain 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST 

R. Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain 

Fred Weaver, 202 Juniper St., Kings Mountain 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND 

C.S. Owens, 900 W. Gold St., Kings Mountain 

Gert Owens, 900 W. Gold St., Khgs Mountah 

LATTIMORE 

Mrs. Frank Ledford, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Jerry Prewitt, Box 41, Lattimore 

LAWNDALE 

Earl Wease, Box 242, Lawndale 

Fred Beam, Box 495, Lawndale 

LILY MEMORIAL 

L.R. Philbeck, 348 Whitener St., Shelby 

Norman White, 1136 S. DeKalb St., Shelby 

LOVE VALLEY 

George Melton, Rt. 4, Box 337, Kings Mountain 
Mrs. R.R. Van Dyke, Rt. 4, Box 326, Kings Mountain 

MACEDONIA 

CO. White, Rt. 4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

MIDVIEW 

None 

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MT. SINAI 

Mr. Frank Ellis 
Mr. J.D. Rollins 
MULLS MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Rachel Mode, 1603 N. Oak Dr., Shelby 

Mrs. Patsy Harris, 1586 N. Oak Dr., Shelby 

NEW PROSPECT 

Mr. and Mrs. T.Z. Hord, Rt. 1, Cherryville 

NORMAN'S GROVE 

Marilyn Warlick, Rt. 2, Vale 

Janice Watts, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

NORTHSIDE 

Mrs. Sarah Goforth 

E.N. Barnette, Shelby 

NEW BETHEL 

W.W. Lattimore, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Warren Spurling, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

NEW BUFFALO 

Elizabeth Blanton, Box 104, Grover 

Annie Panther, Rt. 1, Grover 

NEW CAMP CREEK 

None 

NEW HOPE 

J.H. Tulloh, Rt. 11, Box 336A, Shelby 

Cletus Blanton, Rt. 11, Shelby 

OAK GROVE 

F.C. Ware, Rt. 3, Box 423, Kings Mountain 

M.C. Lovelace, Rt. 3, Box 341, Kings Mountain 

OAK VIEW 

Paul Hord, Sr., Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 

Harold Farris, Rt. 2, Box 391 B., Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON GROVE 

Edwin Moore, Rt. 4, Box 502, Kings Mountain 

Charles Bridges, Rt. 1, Box 40, Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON SPRINGS 

Harold Jackson, 1417 David Dr., Shelby 

Brenda Champion, Rt. 6, Shelby 

PEACH STREET 

None 

PIEDMONT 

Reuben Nacy, 1319 Shelby Road, Kings Mountain 

Frank Wright, 519 Fallingwood Rd., Kings Mountain 

PLAINS VIEW 

Mrs. Linda Howard, Rt. 2, Lawndale 

Ronnie Allmond, Rt. 4, Cherryville 

PLEASANT GROVE 

Mrs. Betty Wright, Rt. 5, Box 445A, Shelby 

Mr. John Hendrick, Rt. 5, Box 438, Shelby 

PLEASANT HILL 

Sarah Hamrick, Rt. 9, Box 173, Shelby 

Watson Hamrick, Rt. 9, Box 173, Shelby 

PLEASANT RIDGE 

None 

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POLKVILLE 

Francis Greene, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Burgin Gibbs, Rt. 5, Shelby 

POPLAR SPRINGS 

John W. Hamrick, Rt. 2, Box 13, Shelby 

Gay Putnam, Rt. 3, Shelby 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL 

None 

ROSS GROVE 

Mr. Don Weathers, Rt. 7, Box 4, Shelby 

Mr. Charles Barrett, Rt. 7, Shelby 

SANDY PLAINS 

Dean Humphries, Rt. 3, Shelby 

Wayne Whitaker, Rt. 3, Shelby 

SHELBY FIRST 

None 

SHELBY SECOND 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poston, 504 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 

TEMPLE 

Ethel Camp, 102 Benfield Rd., Kings Mountain 
Elva Nicholson, 901 Henry St., Kings Mountain 

UNION 

J.W. Rudasill, Jr., Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Hayes Ashe, Rt. 5, Shelby 

VICTORY 

Mrs. Marvin Caveny, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. C.F. Compton, Rt. 2, Box 210, Blacksburg, S.C. 29702 

WACO 

Mr. W.H. Lutx, Box 100, Waco 

Geroge Murray, Waco 

WALLACE GROVE 

Lero Hudson, Rt. 1, Casar 

WESTOVER 

None 

WESTVIEW 

J.B. Spangler, 613 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Joe Roberts, 3025 Hazel Drive, Shelby 

ZION 

Irene Blanton, 209 Worthington, Shelby 

Mabel Wellmon 

ZOAR 

Mrs. Cindy Vassey, 1505 Farm Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Robert Merritt, 3016 Arnold Dr., Shelby 

ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION AND YOUTH 

Charles E. Maples, 5007 Bowen Drive, Shelby Bethel 

Donald W. Balltzglier, Box 1972, Shelby Bethel 

John Hunter, 1 128 Prospect Church Rd., Shelby Calvary 

Curt Bradford, Box 622, Boiling Springs Calvary 

Jeff Jones, Box 331 , Boiling Springs Double Shoals 

Ed Crotts, Route 10, Shelby Double Springs 

Randall Ivey, Box 231A, Rt. 5, Shelby Elliotts Memorial 

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Doug Huntsinger, 645 Cherryville Rd., Shelby Immanuel 

Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain Kings Mtn. First 

Delores White, Rt. 4, Box 203, Kings Mountain Macedonia 

Alice Cullinan, Box 997, G-W College, Boiling Springs Mt. Sinai 

Robert Wright, Oak Grove Rd., Kings Mountain New Camp Creek 

Duane Bradley 2905 Edward St., Shelby Patterson Springs 

David Philbeck, Rt. 1, Box 359, Grover Putnam Memorial 

William A. Cooper, Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

Glenn Davenport, Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

Marcell Austin, 201 N. Goforth St., Kings Mountain Temple 

Nicky Rudasill, Rt. 1 , Lawndale Union 

Butch Barrett, Box 28, Waco Waco 

Michael Deese, 725 W. Sumter Apt. 6A, Shelby Westview 

June Lail, Rt. 3, Box 904, Shelby Zion 

Jenene Philbeck, Rt. 6, Box 299, Shelby Zoar 

LICENSES MINISTERS 

Carroll Tessenair, 1013 Hardin Dr., Shelby Calvary 

Larry Hoskin, Rt. 1, Box 138B, Shelby Christian Freedom 

Flay Smith, 517 Fullerton St., Shelby Elliotts Memorial 

Willie McLawhorn, Box 201, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Jerry Robertson, Box 614, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Charlie Turner, Rt. 2, Box 332, Grover Grover First 

Doug Huntsinger, 645 Cherryville Rd., Shelby Immanuel 

John B. Linderman, Jr., Rt. 1, Kings Mountain Oak View 

John F. Bridges, 802 Katherine Ave., Kings Mountain Patterson Grove 

Bobby Lowman, Rt. 5, Shelby Pleasant Grove 

Max Turner, Rt. 7, Box 96-9, Shelby Pleasant Grove 

Don Byrd, Rt. 5, Shelby Polkville 

David Philbeck, Rt. 1, Grover Putnam Memorial 

Solan Moss, Rt. 4, Box 115, Kings Mountain Temple 

Jerry Rockholt, 702 King St., Kings Mountain Temple 

Nicky Rudasill, Rt . 1 , Lawndale Union 

W.S. McSwain, Rt. 1 , Shelby Wallace Grove 

Michael Deese, 725 West Sumter, Shelby Westview 

MINISTERS DECEASED DURING YEAR 

Rev. Tom W. Bray Eastside, Shelby 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING YEAR 

Donald W. Balltzglier, Box 1972, Shelby Bethel 

Dennis Ball, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Randall Ivey, Rt. 5, Box 231-A, Shelby Elliotts Memorial 

Toy Steven Bolton, Rose Hill, N.C Patterson Grove 

David H. Best, 23 N. Central Ave., Belmont Shelby First 

J. Charles Cabaniss, Rt. 2, Ellenboro Zion 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING YEAR 

Richard Griswold, Southwestern Seminary Bethel 

Carroll Tessenair, 1013 Hardin St., Shelby Calvary 

Eddie Hawkine, Gastonia Eastside, Kings Mountain 

Wayne Pittman, Washburn Rd., Shelby Immanuel 

Doug Huntsinger, 545 Cherryville Rd., Shelby Immanuel 

Timothy Hendrick, 717 Heathcliff, Texas Pleasant Grove 

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ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Keith Harper, Box 246, Boiling Springs Allen Mmeorial 

Fletcher McGinnis, Caroleen Rd., Ellenboro Beaver Dam 

R.W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Garland Allen. Box 801 . Boiline Serines Boiling Springs 

Dennis Ball Boiline Springs 

Ernest Blankenship, Box 852, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

P. A. Cline, Box 854, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Robert Lamb, Box 797, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

S.L. Lamm, Box 173, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Melvin Lutz, Box 932, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

M. Van Murrell, Box 901, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

James McAlister, Box 238, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Robert Trexler, Box 30, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

C.W. Walker, Rt. 2, Shelby Boiling Springs 

Craven Williams, Rt. 3, Riverbend Acres, Shelby Boiling Springs 

Howard Cook, 1803 David Drive, Shelby Eastside, Shelby 

Virgil Bailry, 603 Lincoln St., Shelby Eastside, Shelby 

L.A. Howard, 928 Earle St., Shelby Eastside, Shelby 

Cline W. Borders, Box 24, Shelby Elizabeth 

Randall Ivey, Box 231 A, Rt. 5, Shelby Elliotts Memorial 

Hillard Tutherow, 109 James St., Cherryville Emmanuel 

Buddy Freeman, Box 832, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Paul E. Allen, Rt. 1, Box 423, Grover Grover First 

C.C. Crow, 206 N. Roxford Rd., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain First 

Alfred Wright, 316 Somerset Dr., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain First 

Paul B. Horner, 1325 Grover Rd., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain First 

W.H. Redmond, Morgan Rd., Clarksville Kings Mountain Second 

Ira Falls, 407 E. Ridge St., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain Second 

Hugh Harrill, Rt. 4, Shelby Lattimore 

Warren Reid, Box 97, Lattimore Lattimore 

Robbie Moore, Long Branch Rd., Grover Love Valley 

Oscar Hullander, Rt. 3, Box 243, Kings Mountain Midview 

B.R. Holbrook, Rt. 3, Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Jack Haynes, Jr., Box 115, Lattimore Pleasant Ridge 

Dan Proctor, Rt. 3, Shelby Poplar Springs 

J.E. Bishop, Rt. 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Ernest Smith, 502 Stroud Rd., Shelby Poplar Springs 

John R. Drayer, 806 Waters St., Shelby Shelby First 

Noel Lykins, Rt. 10, Shelby She by First 

Roland Leath, 208 Worthington St., Shelby Shelby First 

Forrest Feezor, 600 W. Sumter St., Shelby Shelby First 

Clint Newton, 612 Peach St., Shelby Shelby First 

Eugene Poston, Box 465, Mooresville ■ Shelby First 

Albert Propst, Mystic Conn Shelby First 

Clarence Hoyle, 315 S. Martin St., Shelby Shelby First 

C.H. Max Burgin, 403 Lumpkin Rd., Ft. Benning, Ga Union 

Shenman Ross, Rt. 1, Shelby Wallace Grove 

Yates Greene, Rt. 1 , Lawndale Wallace Grove 

Bill McGinnis, 801 Hill St., Shelby Westview 

Bob David, 622 Annieline Dr., Shelby Westview 



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MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ASSOCIATION 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: Annie Short, Mrs. Jennie B. Jones, Gazzie N Allen 
Mrs. George Fitch 

5?£ V w R J? AM: Tency Brid S es > Mr - and Mrs. Hudson Wilson, Mr. and Mrs 
W.F. McGinnis, Paul Sorrells, Margaret Brooks, Flay Brooks 
BETHEL: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dover, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waters 
BEHTLEHEM: Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Herndon, Mrs. Earl Morris, Maggie 
Lail, Colean McDaniel, Bill McDaniel, Helen McDaniel, Samuel Murphy 
BOILING SPRINGS: Lansford Jolley, T.M. Linnens, Mr. and Mrs L A 
Allen, Thirlen Osborne, P.A. Cline, Jr., Robert Trexler, Mrs. Hubert Dixon 
Emily Washburn, Wyan Washburn 

BUFFALO: J.Y. Roper, Margaret Goodman, Ann Hord, Mrs. Boyd Wilson 
Eldon Edison, Emily Edison, Bertha Lackey, James Williams, Evelyn Kale! 
John Williams, Sarah Williams, Virginia Wilson, Ralph Lail 
CALVARY: Mario Stroup, Donna Tidewell, G.C. Harrill, Noah Langley 
John D. Hunter Jt 

CARPENTERS GROVE: Marlie Dean Warlick, Annie Warlick, Mr. and Mrs 
Archie Chapman, Martha Miller, Carl Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Seagle 
CASAR: Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Palmer, Amy Lou Whitehead, Walter F Hill 
CHRISTIAN FREEDOM: Vernill Dudley, Ruby Haskin 
CHURCHILL DRIVE: Mr. and Mrs. Al Wylie, Helen Grayson, Mrs. Carolyn 
Mauney, Ruth Hill, Forrest Hill, Carlisle F. Boykin 
COMMUNITY: Donald Broome, Glenn Ballard, Marvin Powell 
DAVID: L.M. Schuman, Odessie McSwain, Susan F. Lovelace, Jerry Love- 
lace, Dessie Harmon, Muriel Nanon, Jackie McSwain, Annie C. Schuman 
DOUBLE SHOALS: Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Spangler, Vera Spangler, Mr and 
Mrs. E.B. Spangler, Oliver Price 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Padgett, C.A. Kirby, Jr., Bertha 
Scruggs, B.B. Scruggs 

DOVER: Lassie Blanton, Mrs. Harrison Blanton, Bessie Cartee, Galena 
Bailey, Phil Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bridges 

EASTSIDE SHELBY: L.A. Howard, Max Greene, Mrs. Y.V. Weaver, Wilson 
Padgett, Mrs. J. A. McGaha, Curtis Mann, Thomas O'Leary, Mr. and Mrs. 
J.W. Beheler, Mae Greene, Hillary Padgett, Vernease Cook, Mr. and Mrs. 
Oren Huskey, Howard T. Cook 

ELIZABETH: Martha Osborne, Joe Mauney, Fred A. Mauney, Sherri Cox, 
Gene Cox, Mr. and Mrs. James Cornwell, Irene Blanton, Frank Stroup, Doris 
Borders, Cline Borders, Pat Osborne 

EMMANUEL: Betty Black, Fred Cartee, Mae Cartee, S.E. Bowman 
FALLSTON: Hoyle Wright, Harold Spurling, Bruce Rabon, Wyte Royster, 
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Dameron, Yates Wellmon 

FLINT HILL: Mrs. Palmer Gold, Mrs. Albert Hamrick, Mafrey Sesson, 
Ollen Ledbetter, Ralph Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ledbetter, Ralph 
Harrell, Pearl Harrill, Mrs. Rex Ledbetter, Ed Sessom 

GROVER FIRST: Mr. and Mrs. Hood Watterson, W.J. Bernett, Mrs. Beck 
Wright, Lucielle Davis 
IMMANUEL: Mr. and Mrs. James Rice 
LATTIMORE: Aileen Harrill 

LAWNDALE: Catherine Denton, Fred Denton, Mrs. Hugh Wallace, Vela 
Covington, Charile Sandifer 

LILY MEMORIAL: Mrs. Mamie Lou Allen, Linda Ellis, Marion Adams, 
Vallery McCoy, Carrie Adams, Jean Grigg, Bill Grigg 

KINGS MOUNTAIN: Mrs. J.C. Goare, Mrs. B.O. Weaver, Mrs. Glee A. 
Bridges, Mrs. J.E. Hullender, Mrs. Eugene Roberts 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: Allen Jolley, Glenn Hicks, Paul Home, Mrs. 
Dwight Ledbetter, Virginia Mauney, Mrs. Clyde Murphy, Ellen Elam 

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MACEDONIA: Mrs. CO. White, Gaynelle Ruppe, Janice Glass, Delores 
White, Virginia Wilson, Tom Patterson, Daisy Patterson 
MIDVIEW: Fred Wells 

MT. SINAI: Broadus Heatherly, Billy Ellis, Velma Ellis, Nell Fraser, Irene 
McSwain, Nell Webb, Aileen Glenn, Alice Cullinan 

MULLS MEMORIAL: Wade Dellingers, Rachel Mode, Mrs. Clyde Hams 
NEW BETHEL: Ruby May Carpenter, Nell Carpenter, Don Ledbetter, Dons 
Funk, Mr. and Mrs. T.S. Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. James Southard 
NEW BUFFALO: Eunice Martin, J.V. Martin, Barry Laughridge, Mr. and 
Mrs. Barry Laughridge, Ruth Head, Geneva Short, Glenn Short 
NEW HOPE: Mr. and Mrs. John Eaker, D.M. Farrow, J.H. Tulloh, Mrs. 
J.H. Tulloh, Mrs. Lee Lavender, Mrs. Wilburn Nichols, Mrs. Marion More- 
head 

NEW PROSPECT: Mrs. Yates Sperling, Mary McMurry, Willie Wright, 
Dorothy Wright, Mrs. A. A. Carpenter, M.T. Gales 

NORMAN'S GROVE: Blanche Warlick, Ruby Hartman, Mrs. Ray Warhck 
NORTHSIDE: E.M. Barnette, Mr. and Mrs. James Goforth, Mrs. Marjorie 
Edwards 

OAK GROVE: Mary Gibbons, Florence White, Eva Mae Lovelace, Mamie 
Bell, Willard Boyles, Melvin Lovelace, F.C. Ward, Bertie Stewart 
OAK VIEW: John Caldwell, Paul A. Hord, Jr., Ruth Ledford, Debbie Farns 
PATTERSON GROVE: Hugh Falls, Herman Wright, Gilbert Patterson, 
Richard Plyler 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Neal Porter, Harvey Beeler, Mrs. Neal Porter 
PATHWAY: Clyde Harmon, James Hamrick 

PIEDMONT: Nora Humphries, Vera Bedsole, Pauline Center, Ansel Center 
PLAINS VIEW: Rancall Runion 

PLEASANT GROVE: Mr. and Mrs. Rowe Teague, Alda Lookadoo, Mrs. 
Charles Wright, Mrs. FC. Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Costner, Marie 
Williams, Velva Hamrick, Lucy Gardner 

PLEASANT HILL: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stroup, Ned A. Buckner, Mrs. 
Bernard Pritchett, Mrs. Tom Kendrick, Mrs. B.C. Queen, Wastson Hamrick, 
Jack Haynes 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Mr. and Mrs. Miller Freeman, Lallage McSwain, Mrs. 
B.R. Holbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Green, A.Y. Hamrick, Aleta Green, 
Denise R. Smith 

POLKVILLE: James W. Carr, Albert Green, Charles Beam, Alton Martin 
POPLAR SPRINGS: Gay Putnam, Grady Hamrick, Magadlene Putnam, 
Mrs Grady Hamrick, Mrs. Clyde Chapman, Floyd Queen, Bonnie Price, 
Ernest Smith, Dolores Hamrick, Clyde Chapman, J.E. Bishop, Mrs. Floyd 

Queen 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Passmore, Mrs. Cathy Earls, 

Johnny Bridges 

ROSS GROVE: W.V. Tarlton, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conley, L.H. Ledford, 

LaLene Grigg, David Lucas 

SANDY PLAINS: Blanche Humphries, Olna Price, Mrs. Thomas Petty, 

Woody Wall, Marie Wall 

SHELBY FIRST: Helen Gilliatt, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Greene, Roland 

Leath, Demar Boyles, Gene Watterson, Bob Dills, Glenn Davenport, Richard 

Putnam 

SHELBY SECOND: Shirley Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Poston, Mr. and 

Mrs. W.J. Lockaby, Mr. and Mrs. Everet Waters 

TEMPLE: Carrie Hord, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Cooke, R.E. Austin, Mrs. Ethel 

Camp, Hazel Carpenter, Mae Fleming, Pauline Bridges 

UNION: Clyde Mclntire, Ken Walters, J.W. Rudasill, Jim Mode 

VICTORY: Allen Graham, Patricia Turner, Mrs. C.F. Compton 

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WALLACE GROVE: Lero Hudson 

WACO: Mr. and Mrs. Royce Ballew, Mrs. G.G. Rollins 

WESTOVER: Roger Webb 

WESTVIEW: William McGinnis, Bob David, Jerry C. King 

ZION: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis, Mabel Wellmon, E.K. McSwain, Effie 

Tarlton, Mrs. Russell Fitts, Mrs. Joe Blanton, Russell Fitts 

ZOAR: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jolly, Sue Hargett, Mrs. Don Davidson, Hattie 

Flynn, Cindy Vassey 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 

Pat St. Charles, Sandy Run Association 

Marie Knowles, Baptist Children's Homes 

Coy C. Privett, Biblical Recorder 

Cecil Ray, North Carolina Baptist Convention 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. McQuere, Columbus (Baptist Foundation) 

James Saul, North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging 

Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Watson, South Carolina Baptist Convention 

Leonard M. Thomas, Broad River Association 

T.A. Lineberger, South Mountain Baptist Camp 

CHURCH LIBRARIANS 

BEAVER DAM Wayne Brooks, Rt. 8, Box 206, Shelby 

BETHLEHEM Mr. Tim Echols, Rt. 2, Box 375, Kings Mountain 

BOILING SPRINGS Mrs. Gail Bridges, Box 27, Boiling Springs 

CARPENTER'S GROVE Mrs. Yates Warlick, Rt. 3, Box 373, Lawndale 

CHURCHILL DRIVE Mrs. Don Mauney, 1007 Pleasant Dr., Shelby 

DOUBLES SHOALS Mrs. Bill Lowe, Rt. 1, Shelby 

DOUBLE SPRINGS Mrs. Kendall Jones, Rt. 4, Shelby 

ELIZABETH Mrs. Joe Mauney, 1314 Montrose Dr., Shelby 

ELLIOTTS MEMORIAL Elaine Causby, Rt. 5, Box 137B, Shelby 

FALLSTON .Mrs. Wyte Royster, Box 126, Fallston 28042 

FLINT HILL Mrs. Catherine Long, Rt. 2, Shelby 

GROVER FIRST Mrs. Barbara Greene, Box 153, Grover 28073 

KINGS MOUNTAIN . . .Mrs. R.G. Franklin, 909 Sherwood Lane, Kings Mtn. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST Miss Diana Gamble, 903 Monroe Ave, 

Kings Mountain 

LATTIMORE Mrs. Jack Dover, Rt. 3, Shelby 

LAWNDALE Mrs. Linda Blackburn, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

LILY MEMORIAL Miss Linda Ellis, 107 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 

MACEDONIA Delores White, Rt. 4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

NEW BETHEL Mrs. Sam Elam, Rt. 2, Lawndale 28090 

NEW HOPE Mrs. Lee Lavender, Box 2, Earl 28038 

OAK GROVE Daphine Putnam, Rt. 3, Box 320A, Kings Mountain 

OAK VIEW Mrs. Paul Hord, Jr., Rt 1, Box 321A, Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON SPRINGS John McCraw, Rt. 6, Box 174, Shelby 

PLAINS VIEW Mrs. Delia Williams, Rt. 3, Cherryville 28021 

PLEASANT GROVE Miss Velva Hamrick, Rt. 5, Box 444, Shelby 

PLEASANT RIDGE Mrs. David Webb, Rt. 8, Shelby 

POLKVILLE Mrs. Darcas Hawkins, Box 215, Polkville, N.C. 28136 

POPLAR SPRINGS Mrs. Vicki Walker, Rt. 8, Shelby 

ROSS GROVE Miss Thea Dedmon, Rt. 7, Box 85A, Shelby 

SHELBY FIRST Mrs. Stough Wray, Jr., 701 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

SHELBY SECOND Mrs. Edna Overcash, Rt. 6, Box 545, Shelby 

TEMPLE Ms. Barbara Jones, 304 Fulton St., Kings Mountain 

UNION Mrs. Joe White, Rt. 1, Lawndale 

ZION Miss Ruby Irvin, 1012 N. Lafayette St., Shelby 

ZOAR Miss Donna McDaniel, 1328 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 



ALLEN MEMORIAL 

Mr. Forrest Wright (deacon) 
Mr. E.Z. Whitworth 

BEAVER DAM 

Mr. Garland Bowen 
Mrs. Nancy Callahan 
Mrs. Cora Glascoe 
Mrs. Annie Humphries 
Mrs. Maggie Humphries 
Mr. Noah Mauney 
Mr. Dan McCurry 
Mrs. Ella McSwain 
Mrs. Ruth Hawkins 

BETHANY 

Mrs. Irene McMurray 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Peggy Gardner 
Mr. Beckley Padgett 
Mrs. Zora Shytle 
Mr. Howard Sisk 
Mr. Harold Watkins 

BETHLEHEM 

Mr. Gene Carpenter 
Mrs. A.V. Watterson 

BOILING SPRINGS 

Mr. Frank Bowen 
Mr. T.I. Edwards 
Mrs. Joe Lee 
Mrs. J.B. Scruggs 
Mr. Norman Self 

BUFFALO 

Mr. Howard Kale 
Mr. Luther Hoyle 
Mr. Hudson Glover 

CALVARY 

Mrs. Sallie Hudson 
Mrs. C.W. Ledford 
Mr. Michael White 
Mrs. Blanch Crawfore 
Mrs. Mary Pruitt 
Mrs. Lillie Ridings 
Mr. Carl Harrison 
Mr. Clyde McCrary 

CARPENTERS GROVE 

Mr. Franklin Warlick 

CASAR 

Mrs. Buna Ledford 

Mr. Jim Smith 

Mr. O.T. Carpenter, Sr. 

CHRISTIAN FREEDOM 

Mr. Herbert Haskin (deacon) 



CHURCHILL DRIVE 

Mrs. Louise M. Freeman 

DAVID 

Mr. James Carpenter 

DOUBLE SHOALS 

Mr. CD. Seism 

Mr. Plato Champion (deacon) 

Ms. Margarette Karodessin 

DOUBLE SPRINGS 

Mrs. J.H. Beam 
Mrs. J.C. Lovelace 
Mrs. J.C. Washburn 
Mr. Gleason Hamrick 
Mr. T.N. Stockton 
Mr. J.T. Kanipe 

DOVER 

Mr. Baxter Shull 

EASTSIDE, KINGS MOUNTAIN 

Mrs. Ozelle Brooks 

EASTSIDE, SHELBY 

Rev. Tom W. Bray (ordained minister) 

Mrs. Nora Narron 

Mrs. Effie Parker 

Mr. Archie Lane 

Mrs. J.F. Alexander 

Mr. Gene Melton 

Mr. B.B. Dean 

Mr. L.G. Cooper 

Mrs. Ruth Sanders 

Mrs. John Hornbuckle 

ELIZABETH 

Mrs. John Mauney 

FALLSTON 

Mrs. Ella Ann Dellinger 
FLINT HILL 

Mr. Rex Ledbetter 

GROVER FIRST 

Mrs. Frank Goforth 
Mr. Lyle G. Ellis 

HIGHLAND 

Mr. Joe Lane 
Mr. Wade Hicks 
Ms. Lula Sanders 

KINGS MOUNTAIN 

Mr. Ted Weir 
Mrs. John Weaver 
Mrs. C.K. Cash 
Mrs. Harry Moore 
Dr. D.F. Hord 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Mrs. Alice Benson 
Mrs. Janie D. Campbell (deacon) 
Mrs. Grace Whisnant 
Mr. Fleete R. McCurdy 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND 
Mrs. Macie Redmond 
Mrs. Bernice Kirby 

LATTIMORE 

Mrs. Dorcas Magness 
Dr. D.T. Bridges 
Mrs. CO. Piercy 

LAWNDALE 

Miss Ola Towery 
Mr. K.W. Costner 
Mrs. E.G. Wease 
Mr. Charlie Southard 
Mr. C.L. Eaker 

LILY MEMORIAL 

Mr. Buren Humphries 
Mrs. Mattie Tyner 

MACEDONIA 

Mrs. Hattie Martin 
Mr. James Moss 

MIDVIEW 

Mr. Aronald Buchanan 

MULLS MEMORIAL 

Mr. Tom York 
Mrs. Lillie Owens 
Mr. Tracy Proctor 

NEW PROSPECT 

Mr. Evans Stamey 
Mrs. Evans Stamey 
Mr. Alvin Yarbro 

NORMAN'S GROVE 

Mrs. Vangie Boggs 

NORTHSIDE 

Mrs. Macie Clary 

NEW BETHEL 

Mrs. Lillie Ivester Crowder 
Mr. Tommy Cline 
Mr. T.B. Hord, Sr. 
Mrs. Ellie Emery 

NEW BUFFALO 

Mr. Bob Wells (deacon) 
Mr. Tony Dendy 
Mr. Sylvester Lovelace 
Mr. James Mayes 
Mrs. Eph White 

NEW CAMP CREEK 

Mr. James Mayes 
Mrs. Lyman Beaver 
Mr. H.A. Haskins 



NEW HOPE 

Mrs. Rown Norman 
Mr. S.S. Cash 
Mr. Wade Austell 
Mr. Olen Warren 
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Bridges 
Mrs. W.R. Bettis 
Mr. Donald Williams 
Miss Nora Roberts 
Mr. J.R. Deloatch 
Mr. Floyd Sharts 
Mrs. Louise Hudson 
Mrs. Lena Sepaugh 
Mrs. Mamie Runyan 

OAK GROVE 

Mr. A.C. Bell 
Ms. Edna W. Bell 
Mr. Harvey Lovelace 
Mr. Crawford Lovelace 
Ms. Essie P. Ledford 
Mr. Charles Robert Porter 
Mr. John O. Patterson 
Mr. Missouri G. Ross 

PATTERSON GROVE 

Mr. Lonnie Henderson, Jr. 

Mr. Brice Roberts 

Mrs. Flora S. Bell 

Miss Lona Seism 
PATTERSON SPRINGS 

Mrs. Bertha Blanton 

Mr. Jerry Putnam 

Mrs. Blanche Jackson 

Mr. E.B. Ellis 

Mrs. Delia Borders 
PIEDMONT 

Mrs. Mary Fletcher 

Mrs. Emmie Benfield 

PLEASANT GROVE 

Mrs. Novella Glascoe 
Mrs. Lona Hendrick 
Mr. Frank Williams 
Mr. John W. Wright 

PLEASANT HILL 

Ms. Lily McMurry 
Ms. Edith Davis 

PLEASANT RIDGE 

Mr. Lee Turner 

Mr. Fay McSwain (deacon) 

Mrs. Rush McSwain 

Mrs. Jesse Blalock 

Mr. Jerry Getty s 

POLKVILLE 

Mr. Hub Price 
Mrs. Lima Poole 
Mr. Lewis McEntire 



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POPLAR SPRINGS 

Mr. Clifford A. Sentell 
Mrs. Ollie Queen 
Mr. Billy E. Ledbetter 
Mrs. Maggie Bridges 
Miss Patricia Jones 
Mr. Eugene Lattimore 
Mrs. John Owens 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Virginia Jones 
Mrs. Hester Hoyle 

ROSS GROVE 

Mr. Nathan Hall 
Mrs. Edward E. Branton 
Mr. D.C. Pruitt 
SANDY PLAINS 

Mr. Yates Brooks 
Miss Molly Holland 
Mr. Ed H. Walker 
Mrs. Dorothy Clark 

SHELBY FIRST 

Mr. W.A. Dunlap (deacon) 

Mr. Thomas L. Gardner 

Mrs. George Elliott 

Mr. J.R. Logan 

Mrs. Cage Ellis 

Mrs. Ralph Kale 

Mrs. Clyde Spangler 

Mr. John Wacaster (deacon) 

Mr. Summey Spangler 

Mr. Edwin Gibson 

Mrs. Keith Philbeck 

Miss Joe Shaw 

Mr. Hackett C. Wilson (deacon) 

Mrs. W.V. Metcalf 

Mr. Grady C. Davis 

Mr. Geroge Magness (deacon) 

Mrs. George Washburn 

Mrs. Miriam Holmes 

Mrs. Leland Jones 

Mr. Lewis Borders 

Mrs. Mayme Wray Webb 

Mrs. F.O. Champion (deacon) 

Mrs. Sue Collins Raines 

Miss Imogene Wilson 



SHELBY SECOND 

Mrs. Pearl Boone 
Mr. Broadus Hamrick 
Mrs. J.B. Broughyon 
Mr. B.B. Blanton 
Mrs. Dick Patterson 
Mrs. Mattie Patterson 

TEMPLE 

Mrs. Minnie Gaffney 
Mrs. Annie Jolly 
Mr. O.T. Martin 
Mrs. Jackie Simmons 

UNION 

Miss Willie Snellings 

VICTORY 

Mr. H. Davis 
Mr. John Dixon 

WACO 

Mr. Leroy Earls 

Mrs. Edith B. Fullbright 

WALLACE GROVE 

Mr. John Wallace 
Mr. Gordon Owens 

WESTVIEW 

Mr. Bill Walker 
Mrs. Laura Gentry 

ZION 

Mrs. Grady Wilson 
Mrs. Ed Horn 
Joe E. Blanton (deacon) 
Mr. Q.H. Metcalfe 

ZOAR 

Mr. Glenn Queen 
Mrs. Ethel Noblitt 
Mrs. Pearl Ervin 
Mrs. Mary Butler 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
BETHEL: New sanctuary begun and to be completed by December 1979 
CHRISTIAN FREEDOM; Paid debt owned on land. 
COMMUNITY: Remodeled basement. Created fellowship hall. 
ELIZABETH: Purchased church van. Paved tennis, basketball court. 
FLINT HILL: Moved into new church building the first Sunday of January, 

GROVER FIRST: Bi-centennial celebration of the founding of the church. 

Note burning celebration. 
IMMANUEL: Two men licensed to preach. Bought 17 acres of land to build 

first building on. 
KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: Employed summer worker to conduct youth 

and children work. Remodeled and decorated auditorium. 
MIDVIEW: Added a baptistry to our church. 
MT. SINAI: Paid off debt on educational plant. A note burning service was 

held on January 21, 1979. 
NEW BETHEL: Installed air conditioning in the church, new carpet and 

cushions in sanctuary, and storm windows. 
OAK VIEW: John B. Linderman, Jr., serving as a Journeyman to Austria 

Ralph Staton, pastor, resigned September 2, 1979. 
PATTERSON GROVE: Youth in Church Training presented first musical, 
Joy, giving seven performances with 1,000 in attendance. Sent $3,350.50 to 
our missionaries in Dominican Republic, Ron and Janice Wilson, to be used 
to purchase New Testaments to distribute there. 
PATTERSON SPRINGS: Renovated educational building. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Celebrated 100th birthday; called new pastor; put 
down new carpet and painted the sanctuary, pastor's study, secretary's 
office and wings; installed wood louver shutters over windows in sanctuary; 
baptistry scene painted; purchase 43 new choir robes; renovated parsonage.' 
POLKVILLE: Completed paying for bus and 15-passenger van. Paid in full 

note on the new sanctuary. Note burning service May 27, 1979. 
PUTNAM MEMORIAL: David Philbeck was called as our Minister of Youth 

and Children. 
SANDY PLAINS: Purchased and installed new Allen organ. 
UNION: Construction started on new Sunday School plant 
WESTVIEW: Note burning. 

ZOAR: Completed construction of office space for Pastor, Minister of Music- 
Education and Secretary. 



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CHURCH GROUPS IN THE KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



LATTIMORE GROUP: 

Beaver Dam 
Boiling Springs 
Double Springs 
Flint Hill 
Lattimore 
Mount Sinai 
Pleasant Ridge 
Poplar Springs 
Sandy Plains 



GROVER GROUP: 

Allen Memorial 
Bethany 
Bethlehem 
Grover First 
Love Valley 
Mid view 
New Buffalo 
New Hope 
Patterson Springs 
Pleasant Hill 
Victory 

KINGS MOUNTAIN GROUP: 

Christian Freedom 

David 

Eastside (Kings Mountain) 

Faith 

Kings Mountain 

Kings Mountain First 

Kings Mountain Second 

Macedonia 

New Camp's Creek 

Oak Grove 

Oak View 

Patterson Grove 

Piedmont 

Temple 

Westover 



POLKVILLE GROUP: 

Carpenter's Grove 

Casar 

Community 

Double Shoals 

Elliott Memorial 

Fallston 

Lawndale 

New Bethel 

Norman's Grove 

Plainsview 

Polkville 

Union 

Zion 

SHELBY GROUP: 

Bethel 

Calvary 

Churchill Drive 

Dover 

Eastside (Shelby) 

Highland 

Immanuel 

Lily Memorial 

Peach Street 

Putnam Memorial 

Shelby First 

Shelby Second 

Westview 

Zoar 

WACO GROUP: 

Buffalo 
Elizabeth 
Emmanuel 
Mull's Memorial 
New Prospect 
Northside 
Pleasant Grove 
Ross Grove 
Wallace Grove 
Waco 



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PROCEEDINGS 
EASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH, SHELBY 

October 23, 1979 
Tuesday Afternoon 

1. Mrs. Ellen Elam rendered a program of organ music as messengers and 
visitors gathered in Eastside Baptist Church, Shelby, N.C. for the 129th 
Annual Session of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

2. Moderator Dan Jolly called the meeting to order at 3:00 P.M. 

3. Reverend Allen Jolly, minister of music at First Baptist Church, Kings 
Mountain, led the congregation in singing "God of Grace and God of Glory" 
accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Elam. 

4. Reverend C.F. Boykin, pastor of Churchill Drive Baptist Church, read 
the scripture, Hebrews 11:32, and led in prayer. 

5. Reverend Wilson Padgett, pastor of the host church, welcomed mess- 
engers and visitors to Eastside Church. 

6. Reverend Don Farrow, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church and chair- 
man of the Program Committee, moved that the printed program, with any 
changes as may be necessary during the proceedings, constitute the Order of 
Business for this 129th Annual Session of the Kings Mountain Baptist Associ- 
ation. 

7. Moderator Dan Jolly appointed as Committee on Committees: 

Mrs. Robert Sweezy, Chairman, Rev. Eugene Land, Mrs. Dianne Led- 
better, Mr. Charles Queen, Mr. Bob Dorsey 

8. Reverend C.A. Kirby, Jr., pastor of Double Springs Baptist Church and 
chairman of the Constitution Committee, presented the Constitutional 
Changes. These will be voted on tomorrow. These changes are found else- 
where in this volume. 

9. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer, gave the Executive Board Report. 
That report is found elsewhere in this volume. He moved the adoption of his 
report; P.A. Cline, Jr. seconded it, and the motion carried. 

10. Moderator Dan Jolly recognized Mrs. G.G. Rollins who has attended the 
associational meetings for 41 consecutive years; Mr. J.Y. Roper who has 
attended 38 consecutive years; and Rev. and Mrs. W.G. Camp. 

11. Reverend Bruce Rabon, pastor of Fallston Baptist Church, moved the 
adoption of the Nominating Committee report as printed and handed out. 
Royce Ballew seconded the motion, and it carried. 

12. Reverend Jolly mentioned that the property where the projected new 
Associational office will be built is just east of the church. He urged people to 
take a look. 

13. Reverend Bob Davis, CSM Director for the association, gave his report 
which included testimony by Mrs. Virginia Wilson, who has just been taught 
to read by Mrs. Sarah Williams. He also introduced Mrs. Williams. Mr. 
Davis' report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

14. Joe Cabaniss reported on enrolment - 247 messengers, 32 visitors, and 3 
outside the association for a total of 282 and 54 churches. 60 additional 
registered for a total Tuesday of 342. 

15. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "Come, Thou Fount of 
Every Blessing" accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Elam. 

16. These ogranization reports were given and adopted: 
Sunday School - Royce Ballew 

Church Training - Broadus Heatherly 

These reports are found elsewhere in this volume. 

17. Reverend T.A. Lineberger spoke in behalf of South Mountain Camp. 

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18. Reverend Cline Borders, director of missions, welcome these new pastors 
and staff members: 

Sam Murphy, pastor, Bethlehem 
Rowe Teague, pastor, Pleasant Grove 
Robert Austin, pastor, Temple 
Bonnie Price, music director, Lawndale 
L.A. Howard, retired minister 

19. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "A Child of the King". 

20. Cline Borders introduced Reverend Charles McMillan, Jr., director of 
missions for the Raleigh Baptist Association, who brought the message on 
"Bold Togetherness." Basing his remarks on I Cor. 3:1-9, Mr. McMillan said 
that togetherness is an "in" word today, but has always been a Baptist word. 
He said "You are a mission field where you are," and "We are workers 
together for God." 

21. Special music was presented by Mr. Eddie Rackley, interim music 
director for Zoar Baptist Church, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Gilliatt. 
Mr. Rackley sang "Give Me Jesus." 

22. Benediction with directions and thanks for the evening meal were given 
by Wilson Padgett, host pastor. 

Tuesday Evening 

23. Frank Stroup led the congregation in singing the hymn, "All Hail the 
Power" accompanied by Mrs. Elam. 

24. Miss Delores White, Minister of Music and Education at Macedonia 
Baptist Church, read the scripture, Philippians 1 and leading in prayer. 

25. Marion Adams, Vice-Moderator, introduced Dr. Wyan Washburn for the 
Historian's Report. Dr. Washburn gave his time to and presented Mrs. 
Delores Hamrick, a member of Poplar Springs Baptist Church who has 
written or compiled a history of that church. She told of the manner in which 
material was gathered and compiled. There was a motion to include Delores' 
statements in Dr. Washburn's written report, there was a second and the 
motion carried. 

26. Reverend Paul Sorrells, pastor of Beaver Dam Baptist Church and chair- 
man of the Ordination Committee, gave the Ordination Committee Report. 
That report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

27. Reverend Cline Borders gave the Director of Missions' report. That 
report is found elsewhere in this volume. He issued a challenge to the churches 
of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association to sponsor 10 refugee families. He 
stated that History will record our response to the challenge God has given us. 

28. Frank Stroup led a hymn of praise "O For a Thousand Tongues To 
Sing." 

29. Mr. Larry Greene, a member of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, shared 
his testimony as to what the Kings Mountain Baptist Association has meant to 
him and his church. He read Genesis 1:1-5. 

30. Mr. Bob Dill presented special music accompanied at the piano by Mr. 
Richard Putnam. 

31. Cline Borders introduced Dr. E.C. Watson, of the South Carolina 
Baptist State Convention, who spoke on "Bold Togetherness in Building." He 
based his remarks on I Kings 5:5. 

32. Reverend Robert Austin, pastor of Temple Baptist Church, gave the 
benediction. 

Wednesday Morning 

33. Mrs. Ellen Elam rendered a program of organ music as messengers and 
visitors again assembled in Eastside Baptist Church for the final session of the 
129th Annual Session of Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 

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34. Frank Stroup led the congregation in singing the hymn 'To God Be The 
Glory accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Elam 

35 Reverend Roger Webb, pastor of Westover Baptist Church, read the 
scripture Mark 16:19-20 and led in prayer 

M 3 i 6 nn^ V h e p re H nd H W ) 1 !f? n** 8 *" , made a motion that the 1979 Associational 
rt£? nJ J ? t i° Reverend J om Bray who was director of missions for 

S^^^^ST^ December ' 195 ° t0 March 1959> and a 

There was a second, and the motion carried. 

37. Time was given for announcements. Cline Borders asked prayer for 
Clyde Hamnck, pastor of Peach Street Baptist Church, and Mrs CO 
Greene wife of the pastor of Norman's Grove. Mr. Hamrick is in Oteen 
Hospital and Mrs. Greene is in Cleveland Memorial Hospital. 

Broadus Heatherly announced the International Banquet on Nov 8 at 
Gardner- Webb College. 

38. The following organizational reports were made: 
Brotherhood - Willard Boyles 

WMU - Mrs. Beth Hamrick 

Music - Frank Stroup 

Media Center/Library - Mrs. Bonnie Price 

These report are found elsewhere in this volume. 

39. Moderator Dan Jolley asked Reverend Cline Borders to preside for the 
election of officers. Wade Dellinger nominated Dan Jolly as Moderator 
James Rice made a motion that nominations cease. There was a second and 
the motion carried. 

Jim Rice nominated Marion Adams as Vice-Moderator. There was a 
motion that nominations cease. The motion was seconded, and it carried. 

Alton Martin nominated Joe Cabaniss as Clerk-Treasurer. There was a 
"in 110 ! 11 5? " ominatlons cease - That motion was seconded, and it carried 

40. Joe Cabaniss reported there were 342 present yesterday. Twenty add- 
itional messengers have registered today and 1 visitor for a total of 363. 

41. Reverend Roland Leath gave the Committee on Committee's Report He 
ET^h? Tir" T th u™ Q correction, the deletion of Glenn Davenport'and 
the addition of Elizabeth Walters to the CSM Committee. There was a second 
and the report was adopted. That report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

42. Rev. Wade Dellinger gave the report for the Christian Life Committee. 

43. Frank Stroup led the congregation in singing "Come Thou Almighty 
King accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Elam. 

44. Reverend C.A. Kirby brought the Constitution Changes. These had been 
presented yesterday and also printed in the program. Mr. Kirby moved the 
adoption of his report. There was a second. Discussion followed. There were 
some questions about changing the Nominating Committee Report being given 
to the Executive Board in April. Mr. Kirby explained that this would give the 
Organization leaders an opportunity to secure training at Ridgecrest during the 
summer. There was a feeling registered that this movement would be taking 
authority away from the association. The statement was made that the Execu- 
tive Board is made up of the pastors and two persons from each church and 
would not be taking any authority away from the association. The question 
was called and the motion carried. 

45. Reverend Harvey Beeler gave the Resolutions Committee report with a 
motion that it be recorded in the Minutes. The motion carried, and the report 
is found elsewhere in this volume. 

46. Reverend Cline Borders read the Memorials Report in the absence of 
Reverend CO. Greene, whose wife was ill. That report is found elsewhere in 
this volume. 



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47. The following reports were given by State Convention agencies: 
Children's Homes, Mrs. Marie Knowles 

Wake Forest University, Reverend Lewis Ludlum 

Christian Action League and Biblical Recorder, Coy Privette 

Homes for Aging, Jim Saul 

N.C. Baptist Foundation, James McQuere 

48. Reverend Alton Martin, pastor of Polkville Baptist Church, gave a test- 
imonial on what the association has meant to him as a pasotr. 

49. Special Music was rendered by the Gardner-Webb College Ensemble. 

50. Dr. Cecil Ray, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Baptist State Conven- 
tion of North Carolina, brought the message on "Boldness." Dr. Ray stated 
that we are what our vision has made us, that what we accomplish is because 
we planned it that way. 

51. Reverend Woodrow Wall led the closing prayer. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

129th Annual Session 

Eastside Baptist Church 

October 23-24, 1979 

Tuesday Afternoon 

3:00 Hymn of Praise Frank Stroup 

Scripture and Prayer C.F. Boykin 

3:10 Organization 

Report of Order of Business Committee Don Farrow 

Appointment of Committees Dan Jolly 

3:15 Proposed Constitutional Changes C.A. Kirby 

3:20 Report of Executive Board Joe Cabaniss 

3:30 Report of Committee on Nominations Charles Freeman 

Report of Committee on Enrollment . Joe Cabaniss 

3:30 CSM Report and Testimony Bob Davis 

4:05 Worship Through Music Frank Stroup 

4:15 Report of Organizations: 

Sunday School Royce Ballew 

Church Training Broadus Heatherly 

4:35 Welcome to New Ministers and Staff Members Dan Jolly 

4:45 Special Music Eddie Rackley 

4:50 "Bold Togetherness" Charles McMillan 

5:20 Benediction Wilson Padgett 

Tuesday Evening 

7:30 Hymn of Praise Frank Stroup 

Scripture and Prayer Tom Patterson 

7:40 Historian Report Wyan Washburn 

7:50 Ordination Committee Report Paul Sorrells 

8:00 Director of Mission's Report Cline Borders 

8:15 Hymn of Praise Frank Stroup 

8;20 Testimony Larry Greene 

8:30 Special Music Bob Dill 

8:35 "Bold Togetherness in Building" E.C. Watson 

9:00 Benedition Robert Austin 

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9:45 Organization Reports: Dan Jolly 

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Music Beth Hamri ck 

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c T ha e nge C s? nStitUti ° n C ° mmittee ^commends the following constitutional 
Article VI: Officers and Their Election 

^WtlT 2: ,7 hC Moderat ? r ' Vice-Moderator and Clerk-Treasurer shall be 
elected on the morning of the last day of the annual meeting. All other 

and^ed L b :h C °A taCted . and ?2 ninated by the Committee ™ Nomination 
and elected by the Associational Executive Board at their April meeting " 
Section 3: Strike out, "the following January 1" and replace with "October 

Article VIII. The Executive Board. 

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DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS - ANNUAL REPORT 

The Kings Mountain Baptist Association is alive well and growing^ This is 
true in terms of what it has done, what is planned to be accomplished, and 

thC I ^thKfflo^ to earn the right to be a support person to 
the Sersh p of the churches, especially pastors. A look at the daily log 
which I Sp indicates that this is a priority item not only in word but in deed. 
Th ee hundred thirty-nine of the activities and events engaged in were direcUy 
01 ^Indirectly designed to support pastoral leadership. Thirty-seven events came 

U tXSS in the Kings Mountain Baptist Association is an 
awareness of mission needs here in our own Jersualem. The prayer breakfast 
held for the personnel of the midway of the Cleveland County Fair proved to 
be a realistic mission need to which there was a legitimate response. 

Mission education and involvement is another goal. Our CSM Director, Bob 
Davis is well able to provide opportunity for any church wishing to become 
involved Our prayer breakfasts prior to the Lottie Moon and Annie Arm- 
strong emphases are designed to achieve mission education for men and boys. 
These have been well attended. The programs have been excellent 

Pulpit selection committee training is a service that the association is best 
prepared to provide. The association is able to share principles and procedures 
that enable a committee to operate more effectively but leaving the decision- 
making totally in the hands of the committee. 

The association for the first time in its history has all of the annual letters 
in before the annual session. . 

From the first time we began the plans for our future building we had in 
the building fund savings account $23,500. Since that time we have received 
approximately $30,000. We now have over $50,000. We have just begun! 

Gifts to the association increased twenty-seven percent over last year for a 

Our suggested goal for associational giving has been three percent, and a 
number of churches have moved in that direction. There are always those who 
give more than you ask. The Piedmont Church in Kings Mountain has been 
giving four percent for a number of years. Bethany Church in Grover recently 
moved from three percent to four percent. The Macedonia Church went to 
five percent - three percent to the general fund and two percent to the propos- 
ed building. Westview Church here in Shelby is faced with a possible building 
program nevertheless increased their giving to four percent. Union Baptist is 
in the midst of a building program and was already giving three percent and 
chose to increase their giving to associational missions. These are leader 
churches, and it is evident that the Kings Mountain Baptist Association is alive 

a \hTexdting g evIntfthat await us also prove that we are alive and well and 
growing. Conferences designed for the development of family life, marriage 
enrichment, mission/vacation tour to Nashville, associational GA Camp, lour- 
day pastoral leadership seminar, one-day communications seminar, and a 
group of pastors coming from South Africa to lead fourteen of our churches 
in revival indicates something of the variety of activities in which we are 
engaged. It is also our prayer that we will be able to launch long range plann- 
ing for the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for the next five years. 

Have we done it all?No. There is a need that we have not touched. The 
need is to sponsor Indo-Chinese refugee families. United States has accepted a 
quota of one hundred sixty-eight thousand, and it is just a matter of where 
these people go. We are dependent upon volunteers to meet these needs. Many 
of you have foreign missions at heart but may never have a chance to go. 
Here is an opportunity to bring foreign missions to us and by doing this you 
may win them to Jesus Christ. 

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h 1 T 6 TJ" 1 ye f S ag0 believin 8 that I was led by the Lord Every vear 
has affirmed that understanding. My greatest challenge's to convince you that 
associations missions is legitimate. My greatest conviction is thalassociationa 
missions is a necessity. If we permit this link in the chain of God's Kngdom 
to be weak and ineffective, there will be fallout in the local churches and 
missions here and around the world. cnurcnes and 

I am dependent upon you. I need you to help me see that we accomplish 

Z^L\Trf b lX eLOrd "^ y ° U - The missi0 " ^ tfSdS 
chaHenge God has gfven u* '* '" ^ "^ W1 " r£COrd our res P° nse to the 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES - ANNUAL REPORT 

our d CMstian S sS M.vT "* g °° d thing , S that yOU have made ****** '" 
our Christian Social Ministries programs during the past twelve months 

&£ -° ? edS Sha - ed With y0U has been tremendous. You have brought 
ofcSn n d 8 C ou°n U t r y mmlStneS '" reaChing and ""* the ha « <**. SS 
On many occasions in our Lord's life here on earth, it is said that when he 
looked upon the muhitudes, he was filled with companion. This look of com- 
passion ,s a goal to be sought in the life of the Christian, and it appears to me 

hat many of you are actively striving to meet the goal. Unless we can ook at 
the world through eyes of compassion we will no! be able to be e,?ect°ve in 
our witnessing to those less fortunate than we. ettective in 

Our programming expanded as we have progressed through the vear I 
appreciate the leadership of our Director of Missions who has given support 
encouragement and now, larger facilities, that we might be able to offer 
greater opportunities for you to minister, and I am grafeful to you for your 
interest, enthusiasm and willingness to accept projects that I have°nared whh 
Zr°H U T reS - P ° nded and served weI1 ' * ^ we look about us lef us p™ 
harvest C ° mmUe '° Ca " " S t0 ' ° k int0 the fie,ds for 'hey are white umo 

Our churches that have a Christian Social Ministries Representative now 
number twenty-five. I, has been a joy to work with these and T appreciate the 
faithfulness w,th which they have served. If your CSM Representat ve nas 
changed, please let me know. Let me encourage those of you who do not have 
a representative to enlist one as soon as possible. If you do, you can provide a 
meaningful opportunity for at least one of your people to become invoC in 
tocal m.ss.ons and this person in turn will open the door to the many a eas of 
ministry on the associational level. 

In our Youth and Family Services Ministries, we have several on-going nro 

f^-of^T^ "' beg3n ° Ur MiniSter ' S ° ay in J "-"i.e Court 8 p o'gram 
Ll a S t, ,t endeavor is to provide spiritual guidance to the court person- 
nel and to the youth and family of juveniles. We have six ministers who are 
participating ,n this ministry. Our camping program has mmlstered to 66 
youth with camps in November, Marchand July. Sixteen of our churches 
assisted ,n this camp program with food and supplies. Seven church grouos 

SSrWfleO^ r e y ° U ! h ° f JUVeni ' e C ° Urt - ™ s invo,ved '03 youfh and 
an vonth from W f OUnse ' ors '» activities of fun and fellowship with Christ- 
ie tZ fJZ f locaI churches Ten church groups or individuals sponsored 
he ten youth from Cleveland County who have been in training schools 
throughout the state. Sponsorship involves letters and small gTf contact a 
began for'vouth"^ ^°V^ S ° me ° ne Cares ' ,n ° ctober ' macr^e c Lses 
^"J^Zff^X^T. ' A " endanCe ^ T" W " * ™ S 



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In our Prison Ministry, we experienced a very good year with our Gardner- 
Webb students. Our first meeting in September of 1978 was attended by about 
15 inmates. By the end of the year there were approximately fifty in attend- 
ance At our first meeting this year, there were forty inmates. Two of our 
ladies' groups baked home-made goodies last year and one Acteen group has 
provided them this year. Five other groups have signed up so far to provide 
items for later dates in the year. The fact that someone cared enough to do 
this seems to mean a great deal to the inmates. One of the most meaningful 
projects that we did last year was the gift packets at Christmas. In order to 
share the expressions of appreciation from some of the inmates I share the 
following excerpts from some letters that I received: "There s not many 
people that takes Christmas as it's really meant to be. The gift and the hand- 
made Christmas card really moved me." "I have seen nothing no stranger 
than a stranger, lonely as the feeling of being lonely we often find ourselves 
being alone with only sounds and objects of no real meaning - I could see 
meaning on the gift packets." "I want you to know that I appreciated the 
things that you gave to the camp for Christmas. All was and is needed, and 
you know*? The touching part about the whole things was that all the things in 
the bags were hand-picked seemingly for each individual like your mother 
would pick it or something. It really brightened my Christmas." Twenty 
churches assisted with this project and response was so great that we were able 
to provide each inmate with two gift packets. We will do this again this year. 
Letters are to go out next week concerning this year's project. 

In our Migrant Ministry, we received Health Care Kits from 25 church 
groups. These were distributed to four cmaps. Those that are left will be 
placed in food orders and for use next year. One church made School Kits to 
be distributed to migrant school children. And one church had a Backyard 
Bible Club in one of the migrant camps. In order to expand this ministry, we 
have formed the Migrant Ministries Council to study the local needs of the 
migrant worker and to develop programs to meet those needs. 

Because of your concern for the literacy needs of Cleveland County, we 
have trained 41 adults to work with the adult non-reader and the school age 
child in one-on-one tutoring programs. Many of these are currently involved 
with a pupil and finding great satisfaction in this kind of ministry. 'How 
shall they read of God's love if we don't teach them?" Westview, David and 
Union Baptist Churches have hosted our three workshops and I appreciate 
their service to this ministry. The Cleveland County Literacy Council was 
formed this year to study the literacy needs of our county and develop pro- 
grams to meet those needs. 

Our Emergency and Relief Ministry has expanded in the recent weeks since 
we have been in our new interim facility. This year we assisted eleven families 
with food, eight families with clothing, three families with furniture eleven 
families with utilities, ten families with rent, seven families with medical needs 
and three families with transportation. This makes a total of 53 families with 
total involvement of 192 people. "...For I was hungry and you gave food; 
thirsty and you gave water; naked and you gave clothing - Hurting and you 
cared." Donations are now being accepted for the food closet, clothes closet 
and furniture closet. Let me know if you can help. 

I look forward with great anticipation to the 1979-80 associational year. 
Associaitonal Missions is a very vital instrument in fulfilling the Great 
Commission. Go ye and Do. 



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REPORT OF THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1979 - 1980 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 

TRUSTEE 

Mr. Fred Flowers Shelby 

AUDITOR 

Hamrick and Redding Shelby 

CHAIRMAN OF LIBRARY COUNCIL 

Mrs. Bonnie Price Boiling Springs 

HISTORIAN 

Dr. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

MUSIC DIRECTOR 

Mr. Bob Dills Shelby 

ORGANIST 

Mrs. Marie Horn Shelby 

YOUTH FOR CHRIST DIRECTOR 

Glenn Davenport Shelby 



SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Rev. Royce Ballew, Waco 

Teacher Improvement Director ... Dr. Alice Cullinan, G-W, Boiling Springs 

Outreach Director Mr. John Hunter, Shelby 

VBS Director Rev. Randall Runion, Lawndale 

Homebound Activities Director Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Age Group Division Directors: 

Preschool Mrs. Linda Ellis, Shelby 

Children #1 Mrs. Larry Morrison, Shelby 

Children #2 Mrs. Wanda Webb, Boiling Springs 

Youth. . .Mr. Larry Greene, Shelby; Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Boiling Springs 
Adults Mr. Billy Cooper, Shelby 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Shelby 

New Member Orientation Rev. Stanley Webb, Boiling Springs 

Adult Leader R ev . Ed Sessom, Shelby 

Leadership Training Mr. Billy Cooper, Shelby 

Pre-school Leader Mrs. June Sorrells, Shelby 

Children's Leader Mrs. Ken Walters 

Youth Leadership .Mr. Michael Deeese, Shelby 

TELEPHONE CONTACT COMMITTEE 

Grover Mrs. Beck Wright. 937-7337 

Kings Mountain Miss Delores White, 739-6811 

Lattimore Mrs. Nancy Freeman, 434-6427 

Polkville Mrs. Minor Gettys, 487-5762 

Shelby Mrs. Jean McSwain, 482-5453 

Waco Mrs. Margie McDaniel, 487-0077 

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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. Beth Hamrick 

Assistant Director V Mrs. Frances Cline 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Joyce Bowman 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Avery Murphy 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Martha Madden 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Donna Runion 

Acteens Director Mrs. Teresa Seism 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Joyce Lewis 

Girls Auxiliary Director Mrs. Linda Ellis 

Assistant Girls Auxiliary Director Mrs. Brenda Morrison 

Mission Friends Director Miss Debbie Lail 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Susan Anthony 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Leonard Allen 

Assistant Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Carrie Rogers 

Mission Action Chairman Mrs. Janet Creswell 

Assistant Mission Action Chairman Mrs. Dave Hovis 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Joyce Summers 

Nominating Committee: Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, Chairman 

Mrs. Maffrey Sessoms 

Mrs. Mary Dellinger 

Mrs. Glenda Greene 

Mrs. Mary Warlick 

Mrs. Sarah Goare 



BROTHERHOOD 

Director Mr. Willard Boyles, Kings Mountain 

Assistant Director Mr. Roger Costner, Shelby 

Baptist Men's Director Mr. Joe Hamrick, Shelby 

Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Harold Causby, Shelby 

RA Leader Mr. Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

Committee: Mr. Charles Doty Shelby 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson Shelby 

Mr. Jimmy Hines Shelby 

Mr. Tommy McCoy Shelby 

Mr. Barry Greene Shelby 

Mr. Raymond Francis Shelby 

Mr. Dennis Bolin Kings Mountain 



INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Homes Rev. J.C. Goare, Kings Mountain 

Homes for the Aging Mr. Walter Davis, Shelby 

Baptist Hospital Rev. Charles Freeman, Boiling Springs 

Baptist Colleges Rev. Robert W. Abrams, Boiling Springs 

Annuity Board Rev. Paul Home, Kings Mountain 

Christian Literature Mr. A.L. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT 

1978 - 1979 

Four regular quarterly meetings of the Executive Board were held during the 
nast church year. Our meetings were held on Monday evenings after the third 
Sunday X months of October, January, April and July^Each of our meet- 
ings was well attended by members from our churches Our church host fo 
the meetings were: October - Pleasant Hill; January - Mull's Memonal; April 

• ^tsteponJof^infL were received, in addition to routine matt 
major items of information and recommendations were approved by the 
Executive Board. Some of the items were: 

1 Unaimously approved suggested plans for our proposed _off.ce budding. 
The Plans had been previously approved by our General Building Committee. 

2. Approved plans to pair with the Western Baptist Association in Cumber- 
land Maryland, for Bold Missions. . . , 

3 Suggested and approved plans of gifts to the Association Building Fund, 
with our churches using as a goal $5.00 per church member per year 

4 The General Building Committee and the Executive Committee were 
authorized to submit plans for our building to contractors ^r bids ^ u h 
time our funds are available in an amount of $75,000.00 or $150,000.00 in 
pledges The > General Building Committee and the Executive ^ Committee were 
authorized to accept bids for an amount not in excess of $250,000 00. 

5 Approved a recommended Financial Budget for the MY« 
beginning October, 1979. The amount of our new Budget is $118,359.60. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT FOR 1978 - 1979 

In Southern Baptist church life, the Sunday School is the organization 
resoonsible for both Bible teaching and outreach (evangelism). 

The importance of the Sunday School as the outreach organization is shown 
by the fact that over 90% of the people joining Southern Baptist churches 
were already members of the Sunday School when they joined the church. We 
baptize 242 people from within the Sunday School for every one we reach 
outside the Sunday School organization. Umont 

Statistics that can be used to evaluate the Sunday School are enrollment 
average attendance, and yearly total of baptisms for the church. EraUment 
shows the strength of the Sunday School; average attendance shows the health 
of the Sunday School; and while other factors also influence the number of 
baptisms, this figure reflects the effectiveness of the Sunday School as the 
outreach organization. At the end of the 1978-79 organizational year the to al 
ongoing enrollment of Sunday Schools in the Kings Mountain Baptist Associa- 
tion was 17,300. Average attendance for the year was 9 158. Baptisms for he 
year totaled 481. For perspective, lets compare these ftgures with 1976 the 
high point for Sunday School work in our association: Since 1976, enrollment 
has declined 9%, average attendance has declined 12%, and baptisms have 

de TOs ed trend°'is not true of all our churches. Twenty-two of our seventy-two 
churches have had an increase in enrollment since 1976. Those ithat have had 
an increase of 25% or more over these three years are: Community, David, 
Flint Hill, Midview, New Buffalo, and Victory. 

Last year the churches in our associaiton were challenged to have a 4% 
increase in enrollment. Churches that have met or passed this goal of a 4% 
increase since last year are: Bethany, Calvary, Casar, Churchill Drive, David, 

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Dover, Emanuel (Marys Grove), Fallston, Flint Hill, Immanuel (Shelby), New 
Prospect, Northside, Patterson Grove, Peach Street, Plains View, Polkville, 
Sandy Plains, and Westview. 

Eleven of our churches have had an increase in average attendance since 
1976. These are: Buffalo, Community, David, Eastside (Shelby), Fallston, 
Flint Hill, Grover First, Midview, Plains View, Polkville, and Zoar. 

Churches that have had an increase in attendance since last year are: 
Buffalo, Calvary, Carpenter's Grove, Casar, David, Double Shoals, Double 
Springs, Eastside (Shelby), Elliot Memorial, Fallston, Flint Hill, Grover First, 
Immanuel (Shelby), Macedonia, New Bethel, Northside, Patterson Grove, 
Patterson Springs, Plains View, Poplar Springs, Sandy Plains, Shelby First, 
Shelby Second, Union, and Westview. 

New Churches and Sunday Schools organized since 1976 particularly help 
the associational growth picture as experience indicates that these new units 
grow rapidly. 

The major associational Sunday School activity during this past year was 
the Teachers and Officers Training Clinic at Elizabeth Church. One hundred 
fifty-five people came to study with top resource people from around our 

High Attendance Day is another major effort of our associational Sunday 
School. 

Our association is working with the state Sunday School department to 
develop our Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team 
(Assist). These are trained workers who can help an individual church with its 
internal teachers and officers training and improvement program. Persons 
nominated for this team in the coming year are: 

Dr. Alice Cullinan - Director of Teaching Improvement and Training 

Rev. Randall Runion - Vacation Bible School Director 

John Hunter - Outreach Director 

Billy Cooper - Adult Director 

Rev. Ernest Smith - Homebound Director 

Larry Green - Youth Director 

Pat St. Charles - Youth Director 

Wanda Webb - Childrens Director 

Brenda Morrison - Childrens Director 

Linda Ellis - Pre-School Director 

Royce Ballew - Sunday School Director 
Again, the associational Sunday School challenges the churches to a 4<% 
increase in enrollment this year. This is working for our Lord. There is no 
easy route -- the key words are "working for our Lord". Working in lesson 
preparation. Working in teaching the Bible. Working in visiting the lost and 
straying. Working for our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director, KMBA 

ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 

Church Training is an integral part of the Bold Mission Thrust of the 
Association. It is called upon to train the present and future teachers and 
leaders of our churches. The Church Training Program is not in competition 
with other programs that are carried on in a church but enhance them. 

The Church Training program deals with four areas of study. They are 
Christian Doctrine, Christian Ethics, Christian History and Church Policy and 
Organization. However, many other training areas are taught, depending on 
the individual church. Often, the four basic areas of study are neglected. If 
any of the areas are neglected the church suffers. It suffers by not having 
trained teachers and leaders. 

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There are fifty churches in our association that reported an on going 
Church Training programs last year. It is the aim of the Associational Church 
Training Council to assist all churches of the Association in training their 
people to be well informed trained teachers and leaders. 

During our Associational Key Leadership Conference in August, there were 
fifteen churches represented. At this time we reviewed the new Equipping 
Center Materials and other materials that are now available to us for use. This 
material is available and can be checked out at the Baptist Center. I am thank- 
ful for the renewed interest in the Church Training Program. 

During my participation in the state-wide Key Leadership Conference at 
Ridgecrest in May, I was asked to set three goals for the Association Church 
Training Program. I proposed the following goals: 

1. Start five (5) Church Training units. Each unit being a new program in a 
church that does not have an on-going program. 

2. Have quarterly meeting's of the Associational Church Training Council. 
This Council is made up of the Associational Director and age-group 
leaders. 

3. Have Bible Drill and Speakers' Tournament. Tournaments for children 
and youth who would compete on local, regional, and state-wide levels. 

I ask each church to set goals for your Church Training program this year. 
Aim high and the Lord will bless you for it. With your help this will be the 
best Church Training year ever. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Broadus Heatherly, Director 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

The WMU empasis for 1978-79, Teach Missions: to Live, to Give, com- 
pleted the three-year emphasis on Teach Missions. As the missions organiza- 
tion of the church, WMU has participated in studies and activities related to 
the denominational emphasis: Bold Mission Thrust. 

The first associational WMU activity for the year was the Leadership 
Conference held at Poplar Springs Baptist Church on September 25-26, 1978. 
The Conference held sessions for two nights for the first time, and offered a 
study of WMU age-level manuals for officers and leaders. 

Baptist Women's Day of Prayer was observed on November 6th at First 
Baptist Church, Shelby. A number of churches of our association participated 
in this observance. 

A highlight of the year was a visit from Carolyn Weatherford, Executive 
Director, WMU, Southern Baptist Convention. She spoke at Elizabeth Baptist 
Church on Decmber 9, climaxing the Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions. 
Her message inspired and challenged those attending the service. 

In January a workshop was help with conferences conducted in the areas of 
mission study, mission action, and mission support. An activities workshop 
for Mission Friends leaders was also conducted. 

During the year the age-level organizations have engaged in various activi- 
ties. The GAs held an overnight "Mission Lock-In" in November. In Feb- 
rary they had a talent show, and in August, a day camp. The Acteens held an 
overnight retreat at Camp Loy White with sixty Acteens attending. In March 
the Baptist Women hosted a Sunday afternoon for international students at 
Gardner- Webb College. 

The Annual Spring Meeting was held at Boiling Springs Baptist Church on 
April 15th. One feature of the program was testimonies given by WMU 
members concerning their involvement in Mission Action. Mrs. Gene Phillips, 
missionary to Rhodeais, was the speaker. 

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During the year the WMU Council has met regularly to plan. Council 
members attended conferences and workshops at Ridgecrest. Several Council 
members have assisted churches in organizing new WMU work. "WMU 
News" has been sent quarterly to pastors and WMU leaders to provide infor- 
mation about plans and events. 

The year 1979-80 calls for courage and dedication as WMU members are 
challenged by the emphasis "Life-Changing Commitments". 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Mrs. George Hamrick 
WMU Director 



REPORT OF BAPTIST MEN 

We have had a very successful year. We have visited eight churches, ate 
plenty of country ham and eggs, and enjoyed every minute of it. 

In the past year we have had two Associational Breakfasts. Our first was 
held at the First Baptist Church, Kings Mountain, with Zeb Moss as our 
speaker. The attendance was very good with approximately 130 attending. 
This was for Foreign Mission emphasis, and was on November 26, 1978. Our 
second breakfast was held at First Baptist Church, Shelby, on February 11, 
1979. The emphasis was Home Missions and Owen Cooper was guest speaker. 
Again attendance was very good with about 200 attending. 

During the year we have helped with preparation of getting the interim 
associational office ready to move into. 

The most rewarding project undertaken was the Prayer Breakfast for the 
workers who travel with the shows that came to Cleveland County Fair. I 
checked with those people and they feel this was a worthwhile meeting to 
them because they are not exposed to religion throughout the year. The man- 
agement of the rides and shows also were very pleased, and I think those 
people who helped with this received a great blessing from it. Everybody is 
looking forward to doing this same thing again next year. Invitations will be 
extended to some of you to help with this next year. We ask that everyone 
please be much in prayer for it. 

We are planning ahead for all of these activities again this year, and covet 
your prayers. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Willard Boyles, Director 

MUSIC REPORT 

The churches in Kings Mountain Association usually begin their services 
with a hymn of other type of music thus representing a Music Ministry. It has 
been our desire for many years to upgrade the music in our churches. Thus in 
the last year your association has conducted several training opportunities. 

The first of these was a course for music directors held at Elizabeth Church 
and taught by Dr. Phil Perrin under the auspices of Cleveland Tech. This 
course was well attended and perhaps another of its kind will be planned. 

In the spring the leadership of our association went to the Key Leadership 
Conference at Ridgecrest. This was attended by Miss Delores White from 
Macedonia. She returned to lead the music directors in this association in the 
Fall Leadership Conference at First Baptist Church. 

The type of music in our churches varies with each church, but it is our 
desire to make the music the very best possible, always striving to improve. 
Jesus gave His all for us - can we do less than give our best. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Frank Stroup 

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REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 

We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association, 
maintained by Joseph E. Cabaniss for the year ending September 30, 1979. 

The examination consists of tracing all recorded cash receipts to the bank 
statements and of verifying disbursements on a test basis of examination of 
invoice and canceled checks. 

In our opinion, the statements of receipts and disbursements as shown in 
the report found elsewhere in the volume presents fairly the financial trans- 
actions of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for the year ending Sep- 
tember 30, 1979. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Rylan Redding, Auditor 



MEMORIALS 
KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

September 24, 1979 

Franklin Segler, in his little book, A Pailful of Stars, says, "An essay, 
thought to be among the last expressions that came from the pen of H.E. 
Dana, was entitled, 'Lights and Shadows on the Canvas of Life'". One of his 
daughters was an amateur artist. Looking at one of her unfinished pictures, he 
remarked to her that it was not as good as she usually painted. She answered, 
"That picture is not yet completed. I haven't put the shadows in it yet. No 
picture is complete without both lights and shadows." 

Dana saw in this a marvelous parable of life. It takes both lights and 
shadows to make life's pictures complete. We may think of life as a vast 
canvas on which an unseen hand is painting. Dana said that some would call 
that hand fate; he insisted on calling it Providence. "It is the very hand of 
God. For the portrait He is painting there to be best, the various colors must 
be properly blended. The picture must carry upon it both lights and shadows. 
Upon the canvas of every life there are both lights and shadows, and the 
shadows are just as necessary as the brighter hues." He enumerated some of 
the shadows that come into the lives of all of us: suffering, sorrow, death, 
disappointment, and failure. We cannot avoid them. They come irresistibly, 
sometimes creeping stealthily upon the canvas; sometimes splashing the dark 
color onto the picture by one sudden unwarned stroke. 

All of us are poitnantly aware as we meet today that shadows have fallen 
upon the canvas of life since we last met, sometimes "creeping stealthily, 
sometimes with one sudden unwarned stroke." We mourn the passing of 
many whom we have loved and lost for a while. One of our pastors have died, 
12 of our deacons have died, and 216 of our faithful members have died. We 
pause for a moment of silent prayer and commemoration of their homegoing. 

But Dama also reminded us of the brighter hues that help to make the 
canvas the beauty that it is. He added, "The lights are always there," and he 
names them, love, service, ambition, and hope. Whatever the position or 
station of life these four lights will always be casting their gentle glow. 

So, we may go from this place saddened that these loved ones are no longer 
with us in the body, but knowing that they are one with us in spirit. And we 
go, not mourning as those who have no hope, but in the blessed assurance 
that we shall be reunited in God's own good time. 

And thus the canvas of life will be completed with just the right blending of 
shadows and lights so that those viewing it shall see not only the lovely work 
of art, but shall sense the unseen hand of the Master Painter. 

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Bryant Kirkland has expressed our thoughts so well: 

"We have dreamed dreams beyond our comprehending, 

Visions too beautiful to be untrue; 

We have seen mysteries that yield no clue, 

And sought our goals on ways that have no ending. 

We, creatures of the earth, 

We have seen loveliness that shall not pass; 

We have beheld immortal destinies. 

Aye, we whose flesh shall perish as the grass 

Have flung the passion of the heart that dies 

Into the hope of everlasting life." 

Prayer: 

"Father of love and light, our lives have been blessed by these whom we've 
loved and lost for a while. Let their mantles fall upon us that we may go from 
this place to be a blessing to this world so much in need of love and caring. 
In the name of Him who died to show us your love." 
Amen. 
CO. Greene 



RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Be it resolved that we, the messengers to this the 129th Annual Meeting of 
the Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

Express our appreciation to the host churches, Eastside Baptist Church, to 
the pastor and staff members and to all members of the church who so 
graciously welcomed and received us as we used their church facilities; 

Express appreciation for the bountiful meal to the churches of the Shelby 
group; Bethel, Calvary, Churchill Drive, Dover, Eastside, Highland, 
Immanual, Lily Memorial, Peach Street, Putnam Memorial, Shelby First, 
Shelby Second, Westview, Zoar. 

Express our thanks to the Order of Business Committee, Rev. Donald 
Farrow, Chairman, for a program of inspiration and information; to those 
within the Kings Mountain Association serving on the program; to Mrs. Ellen 
Elam, organist; to Charles McMillan, E.C. Watson and Cecil A. Ray for their 
sharing with us during this event. 

Commend Dan Jolly, Moderator, and Vice-Moderator Marion Adams, for 
their efficiency in guiding us through this session, and to Clerk Joseph 
Cabaniss for his accurate recording of the proceedings; 

Acknowledge the good work of all officers and committees who served 
during the past year, and covenant to pray for and work with those elected 
for the new year. 

Express appreciaiton to the Director of Missions, Cline Borders, for his 
leadership, guidance, vision, patience and wisdom during the year and to Mrs. 
Thomas Petty for her work and help to all who call upon her. 

And be it resolved that we of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
continue enthusiastically to participate in Bold Missions in the evangelizing 
and congregationalizing effort aimed at reaching every person within Cleve- 
land County, North Carolina, these United States, and our world, with the 
Gospel message of Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Rev. Harvey Beeler, Chairman 
Mrs. Katy Ruth Dixon 
Mrs. John Hendrick 

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ORDINATION COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Ordination Committee would like to thank the Association for the 
guidelines which it adopted last year. These rules have made our task much 
easier this year, and our Committee has been enriched by the deacons and 
pastors who have sat with us as an Examining Council. 

On November 25, 1978, the Committee was requested by Zion Baptist 
Church to examine Mr. Charles Cabiness. 

On December 4, 1978, the Committee met with deacons and the pastor of 
Boiling Springs Church to examine Mr. Dennis Ball. 

On March 12, 1979, Shelby First Baptist requested the Committee to aid in 
the examination of Mr. David Best. 

On March 31, 1979, the Committee assisted in the examination of Mr. Steve 
Bolton, at the request of Patterson Grove Baptist Church. 

The Committee is open to suggestions on how it can improve its work, and 
the members thank you for allowing them this place of service in our 
association. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Paul M. Sorrells, Chairman 
Rev. Clyde Bearden 
Rev. J.E. Bishop 
Rev. Oliver Price 
Rev. Dan Wallace 



CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

ARTICLE VI - OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTIONS 

Section 2: Change to read: "The Moderator, Vice-Moderator and Clerk- 
Treasurer shall be elected on the morning of the last day of the Annual Meet- 
ing. All other officers shall be contacted and nominated by the Committee on 
Nominations and elected by the Associational Executive Board at their April 
meeting." 

Section 3: Delete "the following January 1" and replace with "October 1". 

ARTICLE VIII - THE ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Change the last sentence which reads "The quarterly meetings will be in 
October, January, April, and July, on Monday after the third Sunday" to 
read: "The quarterly meetings will be in January, April, and July, on Monday 
after the third Sunday." 

BYLAW IV - DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section 6: Delete "on the last day of the annual meeting of the Assoc- 
iation" and change to: "at the April Executive Board meeting". 



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CHURCH LIBRARY REPORT 

We have 39 churches reporting libraries. That is three more than last year. 
Mrs. Kelly and I gave five evenings of work to help one church (Flint Hill) get 
its library in order. 

I learned a lot while attending Bold Mission Conference at Ridgecrest in 
May. Also while attending three days of the Media Center Conference at 
Ridgecrest the first week in July, for which the Association paid $20 and I 
paid $40. 

We had eight librarians from seven churches attending the Key Leadership 
Conference August 27th, which I taught. 

Mrs. Kelly continues to help me catalog the 15 volumes in the association^ 
office library. Any book can now be checked out by anyone in the Associa- 
tion. 

Although the Library Workshop held October 12 and 13 of 1979 was not in 
the church year we're reporting on, the planning, arranging and work for it 
was done in the 1978-79 church year. This workshop was led by Janet Free- 
man, Librarian of Wingate College. (She was obtained by Hilda Mayo and 
part of the expense was borne by the state.) Fifteen librarians from ten 
churches attended the 7 1/2 hour meeting. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Mrs. Bonnie Roberts Price 
Library Council Director 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

October 1, 1978 - September 30, 1979 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1978 $ 7,695.14 

Received from Churches for Mission Fund 71,755.26 

Transferred from Mission Advance Fund 17,137.50 

Basketball M33.00 

World Missions Conference 7,b3U.y» 

Pastors' Workshops 347.75 

Prison Ministry JS'in 

International Banquet 7m 7Q 

Miscellaneous Income 1,703.79 

TOTAL TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $108,398.58 



DISBURSEMENTS 






DIRECT MISSION MINISTRIES 






Director of Missions: 






Salary 


$12,000.00 




Housing 


3,600.00 




Utilities 


600.00 




Travel Expense 


2,608.66 




Social Security 


1,303.50 




Hospitalization 


894.22 




Retirement 


1,516.71 




Christmas Gift 


150.00 




TOTAL 


$22,673.09 




CSM Director: 






Salary 


4,500.00 




Housing 


1,020.60 




Social Security 


1,303.50 




Christmas Gift 


100.00 




TOTAL 


$6,924.10 




TOTAL DIRECT MINISTRIES 


$29,597.19 




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ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

Secretary: 

? alar V $6,129.60 

Insurance 343.56 

Christmas Gift 100.00 

6,573J6 
Clerk-Treasurer: 

^ a .ry 1,300.00 

Christmas Gift 50.00 

1,350.00 

Office Assistance at $4.00 per hour 4,173.80 

Visual Aids and Equipment 379.67 

Annual Meeting 112.00 

Beacon 1,040.00 

Convention (DOM) 549 16 

Convention (CSM) 105 00 

Utilities 344 41 

FICA (Secretaries) 659.31 

Printing of Minutes 1,416^20 

? ent 1, '750.00 

Paper and Office Supplies 3,427.18 

Maintenance Contract ' 75 53 

Telephone 1,188.67 

Plans - New Building 16,306.96 

Mission Advance Fund 17,199.91 

Total Administrative Support Ministries $56,652.06 

MISSION PROJECTS: 
Sunday School (Including VBS Clinic) 
International Banquet 
Brotherhood and RA Leadership 
WMU 

Seminars for Pastors 
Youth Camp 
Student Summer Worker 
Y.E.S. (Baptist Youth/Christ) 
CSM Workshops 
Big A Clubs 

Retreat- Juvenile Court Youth 
Prison Ministry 
Literacy 

Emergency Assistance 
Grand Ole Opry Deposit 
World Mission Conference 
Association Basketball 

TOTAL MISSION PROJECTS $15 969 12 



GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES $102,218.37 

Total to be Accounted For $108,398.58 

Disbursements 102,218.37 

BALANCE ON HAND, October 1, 1979 $6,180.21 

HISTORY ACCOUNT 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1978 $2,126.41 

Earnings 115.33 

BALANCE ON HAND, October 1, 1979 $2,241.74 

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ies 

238.18 


216.53 


379.58 


625.75 


575.00 


380.00 


749.98 


747.31 


215.00 


313.64 


241.45 


549.98 


786.39 


510.24 


510.00 


7,512.81 


1,417.28 



MISSION ADVANCE FUND BALANCE 

October 1, 1978 $27,629.98 

Gifts 7,500.00 

Earnings 1,643.90 

$36,773.88 

Less Disbursements for 
Architectural Services 17,137.50 

$19,636.38 

Transferred from General Fund 12,000.00 

BALANCE ON HAND, October 1, 1979 $31,636.38 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Joseph E. Cabaniss, 
Clerk-Treasurer 

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE CHURCHES 

October 1, 1978 - September 30, 1979 
MISSIONS ACCOUNT 

Church Oct-Dec. Jan.-Mar. April-June July-Sept. Total 



Allen Memorial 


$100.00 


$100.00 


.00 


$300.00 


$500.00 


Beaver Dam 


180.00 


180.00 


210.00 


240.00 


810.00 


Bethany 


.00 


454.46 


183.64 


531.60 


1,169.70 


Bethel 


.00 


200.00 


.00 


200.00 


400.00 


Bethlehem 


314.98 


610.34 


453.02 


305.68 


1,684.02 


Boiling Springs 


375.00 


.00 


375.00 


750.00 


1,500.00 


Buffalo 


259.89 


378.74 


283.82 


181.80 


1,104.25 


Calvary 


227.06 


284.91 


.00 


732.52 


1,244.49 


Carpenter's Grove 


.00 


00 


.00 


90.00 


90.00 


Casar 


.00 


200.00 


100.00 


100.00 


400.00 


Christian Freedom 


.00 


94.61 


81.25 


31.59 


207.45 


Churchill Drive 


202.59 


70.09 


98.43 


74.96 


438.07 


Community 


50.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


50.00 


David 


75.00 


75.00 


150.00 


.00 


300.00 


Double Shoals 


.00 


.00 


.00 


900.00 


900.00 


Double Springs 


375.00 


385.00 


.00 


750.00 


1,500.00 


Dover 


250.00 


340.00 


350.00 


340.00 


1,280.00 


Eastside, Kings Mountain 


185.48 


79.84 


322.41 


179.77 


767.50 


Eastside, Shelby 


.00 


1,300.00 


1,300.00 


.00 


2,600.00 


Elizabeth 


847.51 


924.46 


997.00 


988.72 


3,757.69 


Elliott Memorial 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


Emmanuel 


83.13 


172.59 


70.15 


135.46 


461.33 


Faith 


.00 


.00 


.00 


100.00 


100.00 


Fallston 


.00 


175.00 


.00 


750.00 


925.00 


Hint Hill 


.00 


500.00 


500.00 


1,000.00 


2,000.00 


Grover First 


262.11 


379.41 


524.21 


251.79 


1.417.52 


Highland 


46.50 


3.00 


84.00 


.00 


133.50 


Immanuel 


15.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


15.00 


Kings Mountain 


200.00 


300.00 


450.00 


150.00 


1,100.00 


Kings Mountain First 


.00 


1,187.43 


700.00 


2,100.00 


3,987.43 


Kings Mountain Second 


348.78 


344.82 


667.63 


384.71 


1,745.94 


Lattimore 


312.50 


312.50 


312.50 


312.50 


1,250.00 


Lawndale 


300.00 


.00 


600.00 


300.00 


1,200.00 


Lily Memorial 


.00 


.00 


.00 


300.00 


300.00 


Love Valjey 


25.00 


25.00 


25.00 


25.00 


100.00 


Macedonia 


.00 


1,153.83 


402.66 


.00 


1,556.49 


Midview 


60.00 


35.00 


.00 


30.00 


125.00 


Mt. Sinai 


125.00 


200.00 


200.00 


200.00 


725.00 


Mull's Memorial 


57.96 


57.96 


57.96 


38.64 


212.32 


New Bethel 


56.67 


263.34 


300.00 


150.00 


770.01 


New Buffalo 


.00 


235.00 


465.00 


.00 


700.00 



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New Camp Creek 

New Hope 

New Prospect 

Norman's Grove 

Northside 

Oak Grove 

Oak View 

Patterson Grove 

Patterson Springs 

Peach Street 

Piedmont 

Plains View 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Ridge 

Polkville 

Poplar Springs 

Putnam Memorial 

Ross Grove 

Sandy Plains 

Shelby First 

Shelby Second 

Temple 

Union 

Victory 

Waco 

Wallace Grove 

Westover 

Westview 

Zion 

Zoar 



.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


175.00 


175.00 


175.00 


175.00 


700.00 


400.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


400.00 


113.55 


.00 


207.11 


97.90 


418.56 


.00 


.00 


85.00 


100.00 


185.00 


52.00 


125.00 


125.00 


125.00 


427.00 


.00 


.00 


198.32 


192.00 


390.32 


450.00 


450.00 


450.00 


300.00 


1,650.00 


533.32 


66.66 


.00 


.00 


599.98 


.00 


45.00 


.00 


45.00 


90.00 


211.03 


172.60 


364.99 


212.01 


960.63 


131.37 


254.62 


75.60 


337.98 


799.57 


240.00 


300.00 


300.00 


300.00 


1,140.00 


325.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


325.00 


202.50 


.00 


250.00 


500.00 


952.00 


370.95 


453.63 


321.63 


428.61 


1,574.25 


850.00 


.00 


1,700.00 


850.00 


3,400.00 


103.98 


103.98 


103.98 


103.98 


415.92 


.00 


262.50 


87.50 


175.00 


525.00 


294.09 


406.51 


214.75 


282.85 


1,198.20 


.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


6,000.00 


.00 


505.00 


.00 


275.00 


780.00 


239.00 


237.00 


237.00 


237.00 


950.00 


450.00 


.00 


600.00 


300.00 


1,350.00 


.00 


135.00 


195.00 


.00 


330.00 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 


600.00 


25.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


25.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


991.42 


1,118.54 


1,140.93 


1,234.98 


4,485.87 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 


600.00 


328.25 


313.25 


313.25 


.00 


954.75 



TOTAL $12,121.62 $18,436.42 $19,700.17 $21,497.05 $71,755.26 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET 1979-80 

I. DIRECT MISSION MINISTRIES (Executive Committee) 
A. Director of Missions 

1. Direct Income: 

S alarv $12,000.00 

Housing 4,000.00 

Utilities ,1,200.00 

Total Salary 17,200.00 

2. Expense: 

J raveI 3,000.00 

Social Security Allowance 1 ,303.50 

Total Expense 4,303.50 

3. Fringe Benefits: 

Hospitalization 1 ,500.00 

Retirement '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'2,'oOO.OO 

Christmas Gift 150.00 

Total Fringe Benefits 3,650.00 

Total Cost To Association $25,153.50 

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B. Christian Social Ministries (DOM) 

1. Direct Income: Total State HMB Assoc 
Salary 11,878.79 4,684.00 2,634.76 4,560.00 
Housing 3,051.39 986.11 554.68 1,510.60 

Total Salary 14,930.18 

2. Expense: 

Travel 2,118.60 2,118.60 

Social Secrutiy Allowance 1,303.50 1,303.50 

Total Expense 3,442.10 

3. Fringe Benefits: 

Retirement 1,380.00 1,380.00 

Hospitalization 1,356.00 678.00 678.00 

Christmas Gift 100.00 JOOJX) 

Total Fringe Benefits 2,836.00 Cost to Assoc. 1,414.10 

Total 22,188.28 

Total Direct Mission Ministries $32,627.60 

II. ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

A. Office Manager-Secretary (DOM) 

1. Salary 7 «800.00 

2. Fringe Benefits: 

Life Insurance, Long Term Disability 350.00 

Christmas Gift • • 1000 ° 

Total 8,250.00 

B. Clerk-Treasurer: (DOM) 

1. Salary 1392.00 

2. Fringe Benefits 

Christmas Gift • • • 5 0-00 

Total 1,442.00 

C. Office Secretarial Assistance at $4.30 per hr. (office manager) 5,000.00 

Fringe Benefits: Christmas Gift ■ . .50.00 

Total 5,050.00 

D. Baptist Center (DOM) 

1. Visual Aids & Equipment, Media Conf.Reg.(Ch.of Library Coun.) . . . .600.00 

2. Annual Associational Meeting and Program (Program Comm.) 500.00 

3. Beacon (DOM) 1 ,200.00 

4. Special Mail-outs (DOM) 1 ,200.00 

5. 'Ministries Only' (DOM) 350.00 

6. Convention, Conference and Seminars (DOM) 1,000.00 

7. Convention, Conferences and Seminars (CSM) 450.00 

8. Utilities (Clerk) 1 ,000.00 

9. F.I.C.A. (Secretaries) (Clerk) 500.00 

10. Printing of Minutes (Clerk) . 1 ,800.00 

11. Rent (Clerk) 3,000.00 

12. Paper and Office Supplies (Office Manager) 1,500.00 

13. Maintenance Contract (Office Manager) 300.00 

14. Telephone (Clerk) 1,200.00 

15. Office Fquipmcnt (DOM) 1,200.00 

16. Building Payments (Debt Retirement) (Clerk) ^30,000.00 

Total Administrative Support Ministries $60,542.00 

III. MISSION PROJECTS 

1. Church Secretaries-Recognition and Training (DOM) 500.00 

2. Training Equipping Teams, Equipping Conference, Leadership 

Training at Ridgecrest, VBS Clinic (Sunday School) 1,200.00 

3. Ministry to Fair Personnel (DOM) 500.00 

4. International Banquet, Equipping Conference (Church Training) .500.00 

5. Missions Breakfast in support of Foreign Missions, Home Missions, Baptist 
Men's Rally (Brotherhood) 500.00 

6. Associational RA Leadership Training, RA Campcraft, Track Meet, 

RA Baseball, Volleyball, Pinewood Derby (RA) 500.00 



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7. WMU Leadership Training Materials, Assoc. Workshop at Ridgecrest 
Assoc, activities for Acteens, GAs, Mission Friends, Annual Meeting ' 
(Assoc. WMU Director) 1,000.00 

9. Evangelism (Evangelism Committee) 750 00 

10. Seminars for Pastors (DOM) 750 00 

1 1 . South African Pastors (DOM) 500 00 

12. 150th Annual Rally of NC Baptist Convention (DOM) .............. 500 00 

13. Two Family Life Conferences (located in Kings Mountain and Shelby) 
(Christian Life Committee) j qqq qq 

14. Assoc. Youth Camp for Churches without Summer Program (CSM) 1000 00 

15. Mission Support Banquet, KMBA (Finance Committee) '5(X)'oO 

16. Leadership Training for Pastors in Ebenezer Assoc. (Seminary Ext.) 500 00 

17. Student Summer Worker (Backyard Bible Clubs, Day Camp 

Puppets, etc.) (CSM) 1 500 00 

18. Resort Ministries, Moss Lake, KM State Park (DOM) ' 200 00 

19. Youth Evangelism Strategy (Baptist Youth/Christ Director) 400 00 

20. Purchase Sites for Future Church Development (Exec. Comm.) 5 000 00 

21 . CSM Awareness Workshop (CSM) ' 500 00 

22. Community Weekday Ministries (CSM) 

a. Big A Clubs - Materials, supplies and refreshments for 3 625.00 

b. Alcohol, Drug Rehabilitation; materials, supplies, training 300.00 

c. Aging - materials, supplies, transp.; membership in Council on Aging 400 00 

23. Youth and Family Services (CSM) 

a. Five Retreats for Junior High age Juveniles; Food, $350; 

Camp rental, $160; Materials, $60 (1 wk. of camp) 1,000.00 

b. Ministry to ex-prisoners, Probationers; materials, training .' 150.00 

c. Ministry to Prisoners and Families; materials, training 250 00 

d. Special Olpmpics at G-W " 150 00 

24. Literacy and Tutoring Ministry (CSM) 

a. Materials for two workshops 250 00 

b. Resource Materials 75 00 

c. Honorarium, Workshop Leaders (2) 2CK)!oO 

d. Books, supplies 300 00 

25. Migrant Ministries (CSM) 

a. Materials for Training Conference 50.00 

b. Materials for work, English and Spanish Bibles .40.00 

c. Supplies for Day Camp and VBS 200^00 

d. Emergency Assistance - food, clothing, medical, treats for children on 

trip to Health Department 400 00 

26. Emergency Relief Ministry, approx. 20 families (CSM) 

a. Food at $25 per family 500 00 

b. Utilities at $25 per family .500.00 

c. Medicine at $10 per family ^200^00 

d. Rent at $20 per family .400.00 

e. Transients 500 00 

27. Miscellaneous (CSM) 

a. Expenses for State, SBC, HMB Personnel visiting during year 200.00 

b. Cookout and Volunteer Appreciation Meeting 300.00 

Total Mission Project $25,190.00 

Grand Total Budget $118,359.60 

SUMMARY: 

I. Direct Mission Ministries 32 627.60 

II. Administrative Support Ministries '. 60,542.00 

III. Mission Projects .25190.00 

Grand Total Budget $118|359.60 

( ) Parenthesis indicates the committee or individual to whom the person is responsible 
or the committee or person responsible for the project and authorized to use the funds. 

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DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 
1979 

Disbursements for Local Work $5,149,259.00 

Disbursements for All Purposes $6,063,654.00 

Staff Salaries $1,775,200.00 

Property Values $23,606350.00 

Total Receipts $5,502,424.00 

Gifts Per Member $200.56 

Gifts Per Member Coop. Program $15.75 

Gifts Per Member All Missions $33.34 

Cooperative Program $432,005.00 

Associational Missions $56,307.00 

State Missions $23,273.00 

Home Missions $60,861.00 

Foreign Missions $155,999.00 

Children's Homes $15,039.00 

Hospital $9,199.00 

Christian Education $35,701.00 

Total for Missions $914,395.00 

Baptisms 484 

Church Membership 27,419 

Sunday School Enrollment 17,354 

Church Training Enrollment 3,758 

Average Sunday School Attendance 9,179 



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KINGS MOUNTAIN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

of 



CLEVELAND COUNTY 
NORTH CAROLINA 

1980 




130th Annual Session 



Kings Mountain Baptist Association 



of 



Cleveland County 
North Carolina 



One Hundred Thirtieth 
Annual Session 



Held With 

Oak Grove Baptist Church 

October 21-22, 1980 



Next Session With 

Bethel Baptist Church 

October 20-21, 1981 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

3 

Dedication 

Historical Sketch of Host Church * 

1981 Calendar J 

Associational Directory * 

Associational Committees • * 

Organizational Workers j~ 

Constitution Vz 

Representatives on Executive Board l J> 

Assistant Pastors and Ministers of Ed. & Youth & Licensed Ministers 27 

Ministers Deceased during the Year 28 

Ministers Ordained during the Year 28 

Ministers Licensed during the Year • • 28 

Ordained Ministers not Serving as Pastors 28 

Media Center Directors 29 

Messengers Attending the Annual Meeting 30 

Members Deceased during the Year 33 

Historical Events of Interest 36 

Proceeding of Annual Meeting 37 

Program of Annual Meeting 41 

REPORTS: 

Director of Missions 43 

CSM Director 44 

Executive Board 46 

Sunday School 46 

Church Training 4 ? 

Woman's Missionary Union 4 7 

Baptist Men 4 8 

Music 4 9 

Memorials 4 9 

Resolution Committee 50 

Ordination Committee 51 

Library Council Director 51 

Christian Life Committee 52 

Membership Committee • 53 

Auditing Committee 54 

Treasurer 55 

1980-81 Budget 57 

Contributions from the Churches 59 

Digest from Church Letters 61 

TABLES: 

Historical Tables 62 

Financial Growth Record 64 

Statistical Tables 65 

Church Groups by Area 83 



DEDICATION 

By action of the Annual Meeting, the 1980 Minutes of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association are dedicated to the memory of Mae Harris Petty who for 
twelve years served as office manager and secretary of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association. 

Mae Petty was married to Thomas Petty and they have two sons, Glenn 
Thomas and Hugh William. 



IN MEMORIAM 




Mae Petty was a sterling Christian. We joy in the realization that she has gone 
into the presence of Him who she knew so well, and loved so wholeheartedly. 
Every remembrance of her fills our hearts with gratitude, floods all our souls 
with praise to God for her, and inspires each of us to courageous action for 
goodness and righteousness. Only the records of eternity will reveal the many 
treasures that came from her life; a life dedicated to the high purposes of service 
to Christ through His church, and through the Kings Mountain Baptist Associa- 
tion. 

In the life of Mae Petty, there was a beautiful combination of all we hold to be 
true and loyal and eternal. There was that blending of patience and aggressive- 
ness; a transparent sincerity along with the deepest of convictions, plus rare 
spiritual insight. Even in her practical activities, there was contentment in her 
heart, a glowing love for her family and for Jesus Christ, along with an ever- 
increasing interest in and for persons. 

Mae Petty was indeed a royal soul, yet, with the common touch; kindness with 
firmness; humility with self-reliance, and an inquiring mind that was always open 
and receptive. This is the way we knew her. She has served her day and genera- 
tion by the will of God and has bequeathed to those that follow a legacy of 
faithfulness, love and devotion. We can only hope that the influence of this 
beautiful and useful life may fall tenderly upon all who come after her, and all 
who seek to follow her Lord, that they and we may be drawn a little nearer to the 
things for which she stood so loyally over the years. 

Woodrow Hall 

Pastor, Sandy Plains 



BRIEF HISTORY OF 

Patterson Grove Baptist Church 
Kings Mountain, North Carolina 



On November 15, 1884, a Presby- 
tery was formed with the Rev. G.M. 
Webb as chairman. There were 72 
letters presented. "On motion," 
reads the minutes, "the church was 
constituted on the principles of the 
Holy Bible with name Patterson 
Grove." 

The next day, Sunday, November 
16, 1884, a Sunday School meeting 
was conducted and at 1 1 o'clock Rev. 
Webb preached the sermon of 
dedication from 2 Chron. 2:18, 
"And he (Solomon)... set the people 
a work." 

On January 3, 1885, Rev. P.R. 
Elam became the first pastor and 
preached that day his first sermon 
from Psalm 116:12: "What shall I 
render unto the Lord for all his 
benefits toward me?" 

During 1885 Rufus and Sarah 
Patterson and G.J. and Eli B. Patter- 
son deeded to the church over four 
acres of land. Then, on September 
24, 1885, the church was received as a 
member of the Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association. 



■ 








By 1900 there were 188 members. 
Total receipts for the year was $83.00 
and the value of the church property 
was $600. Today, total membership 
is 321 with total receipts during this 
past year of over $91 ,000.00 of which 
$35,174.17 went for world missions 
causes. 

In 1922, the original building was 
remodeled. On November 1, 1954, 
the church voted to go fulltime 
(preaching every Sunday). On August 
28, 1955, ground was broken to erect 
a new educational building and on 
March 27, 1966, ground was broken 
for a new sanctuary. The replace- 
ment value of all church property 
today is over $850,000.00. 

Patterson Grove has had 22 pastors 
since 1885. The present pastor, Rev. 
Richard Plyler, has served since 
March 24, 1963. 

Patterson Grove also supports 
Rev. and Mrs. Ronald B. Wilson, 
missionaries to the Dominican 
Republic. 



JANUARY 

5 

9-10 

15-16 

19 

22 
22-23 

23-24 

25 

26 

27-28 

28-29 

FEBRUARY 

2 
2-3 

1-14 

10 

17 

20-21 

27-28 

27-March 1 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
1981 CALANDAR 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Home Mission Teacher Training-Caraway 
Back to Sunday School Basics Faculty Institute 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 
BYW ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING 
Area Church Training Enabler Conference, 

First Baptist, Shelby 
Lay Witness Annual Meeting-Caraway 
Baptist Mens' Day 
WMU WORKSHOP 
General Board 
DOM/General Board Staff-Raleigh 



MARCH 



2 
2 

5 

1-8 

6-7 

6-7 

9-10 

9-13 
9-13 

12 
12-13 

14 
16-20 

17 
17-18 
19-21 
20-21 
27-28 
27-29 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Statewide Evangelism Conference-Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, 

Asheville 
WMU Focus Week 

Church Extension Growth Conference-Greensboro 
MISSIONS COMMITTEE 
Youth Handbell Festivals (Charlotte and Raleigh) 
Adult Handbell Festivals (Snyder Memorial, Fayetteville) 
High School Seniors Retreat-Caraway 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Planning Interpretation Meeting of 1982 
Joint Evangelistic Crusade First Baptist, Shelbv 

MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 

Week of Prayer for Home Missions 

Sectional RA Basketball Playoffs 

State Youth Choir Festivals (Winston-Salem) 

Adult Methods and Materials Interpretation 
Clinic- Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point 

Metro Youth Discipleship Conference-Charlotte, Gastoniaarea 

Youth Week - SBC 

Church Extension Growth Conference-Greensboro 

VBS Associational Faculty Clinic (Asheville, Lenior) 

Regional Basketball Playoffs 

Area Equipping Seminars 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Gardner- Webb College Ministers' Conference 

Youth Ministry Workshop/Fellowship-Caraway 

WMU Annual Session-Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte 

State Church Media Library Conference-Greensboro 

Pioneer RA Congress, Ridgecrest 



APRIL 



2-4 Regional Training Institute 

4 Regional Children's Choir Festival Workshops (Asheville) 

4 Weekday Early Education Conference (West) 

6 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 



MAY 



JUNE 



7 ASSOCIATIONALVBS WORKSHOP-ELIZABETH 

9 MINISTERS WIVES AUXILIARY 

10-11 RA Counselor Backpacking 

1 2 Cooperative Program Day 

14 Church Building Conference-Greensboro 

1 6 ASSOCIATION AL B YW MEETING 

17 Good Friday 

19 Easter 

20 EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING 

20 BWA World Day of Prayer 

2 1 ANNUAL ASSOCI ATIONAL WMU MEETING-Flint Hill 
20-24 Baptist Doctrine Week-SBC Emphasis 
24-25 Crusader Overnight Camp-Caraway (Grades 4-6) 
24-25 Pioneer Backpacking Trip 

24-25 Pre-school/Children's Workers' Seminar-Caraway 

24-25 Youth Convention 

24-26 Family Camping Weekend-Caraway 

24-26 State Acteens Convention-Ridgecrst 

25 Baptist Women's Seminar-Gaston Association 

27-29 NC Baptist Music Conference-Caraway 

1 -2 Crusader Overnight Camp-Caraway (Grades 1 -2) 

1 -2 State Adult Choir Festival Workshops (Hickory and Raleigh) 

1 -2 Sunday School Associational Leadership 

Development-Caraway 

1 -3 Family Camping Weekend-Caraway 

1 -3 WMU Leaders Development Retreat-Ridgecrest 

4 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

7 MINISTERS WIVES AUXILIARY 

10 Mother's Day 

11-13 Key Leadership-Ridgecrest 

12 Youth Curriculum Dialogue- Asheville 

15-16 State RA Track Meet 

15-17 Deaf Youth Retreat-Caraway 

15-17 Teacher and Interpreter Conference for Deaf-Caraway 

16 Gardner- Webb College Graduation 

19 MISSIONS COMMITTEE, 4:30 

18-22 Senior Adult Conference/Retreat-Caraway 

1 8-24 ASSOCIATIONAL EMPHASIS WEEK 

22-23 Correctional Ministries Conference-Caraway 

22-23 North-South Track Meet 

22-23 Summer Youth Ministry Seminar-Southeastern Seminary 

22-23 State Day Camp & Campcraft Workshop-Caraway 

26-27 General Board 

29-30 Area Church Training Convention-High Point First 

29-30 Associational RA Director's Workshop-Raleigh 

30 State Children's Bible Drill/ Area Youth Bible Drill, 

Youth Speakers' Tournament-High Point First 

30- June 8 Orientation for Summer Ministries- Wake Forest University 

3 1 ASSOCIATIONAL BIBLE DRILL 

FOR CHILDREN/YOUTH, Shelby First 

1 PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

5-6 Regional Church Training Convention and Bible Drill- 
West Asheville 



5-11 Church Training Youth Week , Ridgecrest 

9-11 SBC Convention 

15 Camp Caraway opens 

15 Mundo Vista Camp opens 

16 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 4:30 
21 Father's Day 

22-26 Associational Directors of Missions' Conference-Wingate 

22-27 Youth Conference I - N.C.B.A. 

26-28 Couples in Missions Retreat-Caraway 

29- July 3 Week of Christian Study and Fellowship-Mars Hill College 

29- July 4 Children's Choir Camp-N.C.B. A. 



JULY 



6- 
6- 
11 



4 

6 

10 

11 

17 

13 

13-18 

13-Aug. 7 

20-25 

27-Aug. 1 



AUGUST 

3 

3-8 

10 

10-12 

10-14 

10-15 

14 

14-15 

18 
19-21 

21-22 
28 
28-29 
28-29 
29 
30 
31 

SEPTEMBER 



Independence Day 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Children's Choir Camp-Mars Hill College 

Youth Ministry Week- Youth Evangelism-N.C.B.A. 

Church Training Week-Ridgecrest 

EXECUIVE BOARD - 7:30 

World Missions Week-N.C.B.A. 

Urban Studies Seminar-Southeastern Seminary 

Youth Conference II-N.C.B.A. 

Youth/Adult Music Conference-N.C.B.A. 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE 
Youth Conference III-N.C.B.A. 
Interfaith Witness Conference-Asheville 
Sunday School Training-Caraway (Statewide) 
Regional Reading Clinics (Church Music) 
Youth Conference IV-N.C.B.A. 
Camp Mundo Vista closes 

Brotherhood Specialist Leadership Training Conference- 
Caraway 
MISSIONS COMMITTEE - 4:30 
Happiness Retreat-Caraway 
Lay Witness Training Session-Caraway 
Statewide Youth Evangelism Conference-Fayetteville 
Church Brotherhood Director/Pastor Conference-Raleigh 
Lad Counselors Workshop-Raleigh (Grades 1-3) 
Statewide Youth Evangelism Conference-Greensboro 
Statewide Youth Evangelism Conference-Asheville 
PASTORS' CONFERENCE 



7 Labor Day 

8 Sunday School Associational Night 

12 Baptist Youth Day (sponsored by Carowinds) 

13-16 Regional Brotherhood Workshops/ 

Missionary Education Dialogue 

14-15 Literacy Workshop-Caraway 

15 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - 4:30 

18-19 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreats 

18-19 Statewide Deacons ' Retreat-Cas well 

18-19 Sunday School Training-Ridgecrest 

21 Youth Outreach Workshop- Winston-Salem 



21-22 ASSOCIATION AL WMU LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

25-27 Baptist Student Convention-Ridgecrest 

25-27 Business & Professional Men's Retreat-Caraway 

27-Oct. 4 Sunday School Preparation Week 

29-20 General Board-Caraway 

30-Oct. 1 DOM/General Board Staff-Caraway 



OCTOBER 

4 
4-11 

5 
5-7 
5-7 

7 

7 

9-10 

9-10 

9-10 

9-10 

12-16 

12-16 

13 

14 

16-17 

17 

19-20 

20-21 

21 

23-24 

25 

28 

30-31 

31 -Nov. 1 

NOVEMBER 

2 

2 

2-5 

2-8 

6-7 

6-7 

13-14 

13-14 

13-14 

17 

22 

23 

26 

29-Dec. 6 

DECEMBER 



25 

27 



North Carolina Missions Offering Day 
North Carolina Missions Offering Week of Prayer 
PASTORS' CONFERENCE 
Christian Life Conference 

Youth and Young Adult Evangelism Leadership Conference- 
Caraway 
CLEVELAND COUNTY FAIR BREAKFAST 
Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 
Career and Professional Women's Retreat-Ridgecrest 
Counselors' Campcraft Planning-Caraway 
Sunday School All-Age Training Convention-Caraway 
Crusader Overnight Camp-Caraway 
Children's Curriculum Whistle Stops 
Senior Adult Conference/Retreat-Caraway 
Church Building Conference-Lincolnton First 
Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 
Medical Missions Ministries Retreat-Caraway 
Statewide Deacons' Retreat-Caraway 
'Equipping for Leadership'-Caraway 
ANNUAL \SSOCIATIONAL MEETING 
Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 
RA Pioneer Officers' Workshop-Caraway 
High Attendance Day in the Churches 
Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 
BYW Convention-Ridgecrest 
Baptist Men's Convention 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 

Baptist State Convention-Greensboro 

RA Week in the Churches 

Senior High Missions Career Seminar 

Youth Council Retreat I-Caraway 

Crusader RA Congress 

Deacon/Pastor Conference-Asheville area 

Youth Council Retreat Il-Caraway 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE - 4:30 

PRAYER BREAKFAST FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS 

'M' Night, SBC 

Thanksgiving Day 

Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE 
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - 4:30 
Christmas Day 
Student Day at Christmas 



8 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 



OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 



Moderator Rev. Marion Adams, 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Clyde Bearden, 104 Country Club Rd., Kings Mt 

Director of Missions Rev. Cline W. Borders, Box 24, Shelby 

Director of Social Ministries Rev. Bob Davis, Box 24, Shelby 

Xl e / k "I reasurer Mr - Jos eph Cabaniss, Box 174, Shelby 

Office Secretary Mrs. Doris B. Borders, Box 24, Shelby 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES 

Rev. Marion Adams, Moderator 1321 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 

Rev. Clyde Bearden, Vice-Moderator 104 Country Club Rd., Kings Mt 

Rev. Cline Borders, Director of Missions Box 24, Shelby 

Rev. Bob Davis, Director of Social Ministries Box 24' Shelby 

Mr. Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer Box 174' Shelby 

Rev. Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director Box 79, Waco 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly 2586 Mt. Sinai Church Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Willard Boyles 402Phifer Rd., Kings Mt. 

Mrs. Beth Hamrick, WMU Director Box 465 Shelby 

Mr. Bob Dills, Music Director Box 1350,' Shelby 

Rev. Jerry King, Pres. Pastors' Conference 1407 Wesson Rd., Shelby 

Mr. Bill Jones, Ch. Nominating Committee Route 8, Box 231, Shelby 

Rev. Kenneth Walters, Ch. Committee on Committees ... Rt. 5, Box 128, Shelby 

Rev. Kenneth Walters, Ch. Membership Committee Rt. 5, Box 128, Shelby 

Rev. Jerry King, Ch. Finance Committee 1407 Wesson Rd., Shelby 

Rev. Alton Martin, Ch. Evangelism Committee Box 255, Polkville 

Rev. Glenn Davenport, Youth For Christ Director Box 1360 Shelby 

Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, Ch. CSM Committee Rt. 5, Box 128,' Shelby 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Rev. Kenneth Walters, Chairman 
Rev. Wilson Pedgett 
Rev. Clyde Bearden 
Mrs. Glenda Greene 
Mrs. Rebekah Ellis 

CALENDAR COMMITTEE 

Rev. Clyde Bearden, Chairman 

Rev. Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director 

Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Church Training Director 

Mr. Willard Boyles, Brotherhood Director 

Mrs. Beth Hamrick, WMU Director 

Mr. Bob Dills, Music Director 

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Sam Murphy, Chairman, Kings Mountain 1983 

Mr. John Ed Davis, Jr. , Shelby 1983 

Dr. Forrest Feezor, Shelby 198i 

Mrs. Harold Causby, Shelby 1981 

Rev. W.V. Tarlton, Shelby ' 198 2 

Mrs. Gene Cox, Shelby 1982 



CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

Rev . Ned Buckner , Chairman , Shelby 1982 

Mr. Carl Pearson, Shelby 1983 

Mr. George Hamrick, Shelby 1981 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

Rev. Alton Martin, Chairman, Polkville 1982 

Mr. Delbert Lee, Shelby 1983 

Mrs. Gene B. Blanton, Shelby 1983 

Rev. Ralph Lail, Shelby 1981 

Rev. William Lockaby, Shelby 1981 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Rev. Jerry King, Chairman, Shelby 1982 

Mr. Wayne Whitaker, New House 1983 

Rev. Tom Patterson, Kings Mountain 1981 
Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE 

Dr. Wyan Washburn (Historian), Chairman, Boiling Springs 

Mr. W.H. Dodd, Waco 1983 

Mrs. John Berry Hamrick, Shelby 1983 

Mrs . Nancy Queen , Polkville 1 98 1 

Mr. Bill Alexander, Kings Mountain 1981 

Mr. Lansford Jolly, Boiling Springs 1982 

Mrs. W.A. McSwain, Kings Mountain 1982 

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Rev. Kenneth Walters, Chairman, Polkville 1982 

Mr. Demar Boyles, Shelby 1981 

Mr. Paul Lancaster, Kings Mountain 1981 

Rev. Stanley Webb, Boiling Springs 1982 

Rev. Rowe Teague, Shelby 1983 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 

Dr. Robert Lamb, Chairman, Boiling Springs 1982 

Rev. James Rice, Shelby J 981 

Rev. Raymond Shumpert, Kings Mountain 1983 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Mr. Bill Jones, Chairman, Beaver Dam 1983 

Dr. Clyde Chapman, Shelby 1 983 

Mr. Sherman Parrish, Boiling Springs 1983 

Mr. Webb Kiser, Lawndale 1981 

Rev. Russell Fitts, Lawndale 1982 

Mr. Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 1982 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev. CO. Greene, Chairman, Lawndale 1983 

Rev. Joel Jenkins, Swainsville 1983 

Rev. Oliver Price, Lawndale 1981 

Rev. Johnny Bridges, Shelby 1982 

Rev . Ernest Smith , Shelby 1 982 

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ORDER OF BUSINESS COMMITTEE 

Rev. Dan Jolly, Chairman, Shelby 1983 

Rev. Eugene Land, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Fred Wells, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Joseph Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 

Mr. Bob Dills, Music Chairman 

Moderator 1980-81 



1981 
1982 



RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Mr. Jim Southard, Lawndale 1 981 

Mrs. Delores Pearson, Earl 1981 

Mr. Duane Bradley, Chairman, Shelby 1982 

Mr. Harold Blanton, Shelby 1982 

Miss Debbie Pyron 198 3 

Miss Susan Wilson, Shelby l 98 3 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

Rev. J.C. Goare, Chairman, Kings Mountain iojtt 

Mrs. John Hendrick, Shelby {oof 

Rev. Fred Cartee J*j£ 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Ken Walters, Chairman, Polkville i Q o 9 

Mrs. Robert F. Sweezy, Shelby {oof 

Mrs. L.N. Buchanan, Shelby ™{ 

Mrs. George Martin, Shelby q„ 

Mrs. Ben Fields {*" 

Mr. Miles Seism, Kings Mountain } 98 3 



SPECIAL GIFTS COMMITTEE 

Joe Cabaniss, Chairman , QQ , 

Charles Doty ™ 

Paul Lancaster {*?{ 

John Washburn o°! 

*Xi Bradley *8 

J.D.Ellis \ 9S1 

Betty Sue Gamble J™ 

James Petty }jjj 

Willard Boyles *°; 

*W.H. Dodd *82 

CC.Padgett I™ 

Carlos Young ™2 

Tom Tate \ 9S3 

*Carl Spangler, Jr. !*" 

Arnold Brittain J*" 

J.C Goare }» 

♦Presented at the January 19 Executive Board Meeting as replacements. 



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ORGANIZATION WORKERS 

Parliamentarian 

Mr. Joe Mauney Shelby 

Auditor 

Hamrick and Redding Shelby 

Chairman of Library Council 

Mrs. Bonnie Price Boiling Springs 

Historian 

Dr. Wyan Washburn Boiling Springs 

Associate Historian 

Mrs. John B. Hamrick Boiling Springs 

Organist 

Mrs. Marie Home Shelby 

Youth for Christ Director 

Rev. Glenn Davenport Shelby 

Music Director 

Mr. Bob Dills Shelby 

Trustees 

Mr. T.S. Putnam, 1981 Lawndale 

Mr. Fred Flowers, 1982 ■ .Shelby 

Mr. Bob Hambright, 1983 Grover 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Rev. Royce Ballew, Waco 

VBS Director Rev. Sam Murphy, Kings Mountain 

Teacher Improvement Director Dr. Alice Cullinan, Boiling Springs 

Homebound Activities Director Rev. Ernest Smith, Shelby 

Outreach Director Mr. John Hunter, Shelby 

Age Group Directors: 

Preschool Mrs. Linda Ellis, Shelby 

Children #1 Mrs. Larry Morrison, ShJby 

Children #2 Mrs. Wanda Webb, Boiling Springs 

Youth (Jr. Hi) Mr. Larry Greene, Shelby 

Youth (Sr. Hi) Rev. Bobby Gantt, Grover 

Young and Single Adults Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Boiling Springs 

Adults Mrs. Denise Smith, Lattimore 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Broadus Heatherly, Shelby 

New Member Orientation Rev. Clyde Bear den, Kings Mountain 

Adult Leader Rev. Ed Sessom, Shelby 

Leadership Training Miss Delores White, Kings Mountain 

Preschool Leader Mrs. Howard Wacaster, Shelby 

Children's Leader Mr. Mike Ellis, Shelby 

Youth Leader Rev. Mike Goudelock, Kings Mountain 

TELEPHONE CONTACT COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Beck Wright, 739-7337 Grover 

Mrs. Marguerite McKee, 739-2374 Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Mafrey Sessom, 434-9797 Lattimore 

Mrs. Walter Davie, 487-4720 Polkville 

Mrs. Lorraine Royster, 482-5084 Shelby 

Mrs. Margie McDaniel, 487-0077 Waco 

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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Assistant Director' '.'.'.'.'.'.•.■.'.'.'.•.'. ^SkS 

Baptist Women Director ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..■. M ar j" Wall 

Assistant Baptist Women Director \ \ \ ] Grace Lu ™ 

A^ta^wbirectov;:::::.::.::.:.;.:. M *S 

Acteens Director ./.;" TeresaScism 

Assistant Acteens Director che , McSwain 

GA Director , • H „„. 

Assistant GA Director J ." ." ." ." .' .' .' .' .' ] \ \ \ \ \ [ [ [ ] \ \ [ ] \ . Dian ^Cosm 

Mission Friends Director Debbie Lail 

Assistant Mission Friends Director ' .' ." ." ."." .gusan Anthony 

Mission Support Chairman Dale Ledbetter 

Assistant Mission Support Chairman Denise Smith 

Mission Action Chairman Denise Goudelock 

Secretary-Treasurer Joyce Summers 

Nominating Committee Mary Warlick, Chairperson 

Sarah Goare Glenda Greene Pauline Webber 

Connie Teague Ethel Wells 

BROTHERHOOD 

!^°ViV • ; WillardBoyles, Kings Mountain 

$E$St ' eC A° r Roger Costner, Shelby 

Baptist Men's Director Joe Hamrick, Shelby 

Salary-Treasurer Harold Causby> Shdb * 

KA Leader Kenneth Ledford, Lawndale 

RA Committee Charles Doty, Shelby 

Jimmy Hines, Shelby 

Barry Greene, Shelby 

Dennis Bolin, Kings Mountain 

Jessie Thackerson, Shelby 

Tommy McCoy, Shelby 

Raymond Francis, Shelby 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Children's Home Rev . j. C . Goare, Kings Mountain 

Homes for the Aging M r. Walter Davis, Shelby 

Baptost Hospital Dr . DwightHord, Lawndale 

Baptist Colleges Rev . Robert Abrams, Boiling Springs 

Annuity Board Mr. L.T. Hamrick, Shelby 

Christian Literature Mr. A.C. Hardin, Shelby 

Cooperative Program Mr. Carlos Young, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

v£f ! p ent -,i ' V Rev - J erry King, Shelby 

Vice-President Rev . Clyde Bearden, Kings Mountain 

secretary Rev Kenneth Walters, Shelby 

OFFICERS OF THE MINISTERS' WIVES AUXILIARY 

President Mrs. Diane Rabon, Fallston 

Vice-President Mrs. Sarah Goare, Kings Mountain 

secretary Mrs M yraBolt, Shelby 



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CONSTITUTION 

PREAMBLE 

We, the members of Missionary Baptist Churches in the County of Cleve- 
land, State of North Carolina, and territory adjacent thereto, do hereby pro- 
pose to establish and maintain the principles and rules of order of a district 
Association in conformity to the following plan: 

ARTICLE I NAME 

The name of this body shall be the Kings Mountain Baptist Association. 
ARTICLE II PURPOSE 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State and 
Southern Baptist Convention in the promotion of Christian Missions at home 
and abroad and in any other related objects such as Evangelism, Christian 
Education, Benevolent Enterprises, and Social Services, which it may deem 
proper and desirable for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1: The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
churches in the area of the Association. 

Section 2: Churches desiring membership in the Association shall apply to 
the Membership Committee. Application should include: 

1. Formal action by the group seeking admission reflecting that 75% of 
those voting expresses their intent to cooperate. 

2. A written statement reflecting their beliefs and practices. 

3. A written statement that expresses their intent to cooperate. 

4. A willingness to meet with Membership Committee to discuss other items 
of mutual interest to both parties. 

The Membership Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking its 
services and be willing to present a statement of Baptist belief and practice 
and what it means to cooperate with the churches in the Association in a 
world-wide mission program. If recommended by this committee and accepted 
by the Association, a mission or a church shall agree to come under the 
watchcare of the Association for a minimum of one year. Membership within 
the Association shall be determined by vote of the Associaton at its annual 
meeting. Churches under the watchcare shall be entitled to all rights and priv- 
ileges of the Association except their members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Section 3: The Association shall be the sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches, or reject churches, according to its constitution and 
by-laws. Member churches may also withdraw as they desire, and if requested, 
the Associational Executive Board may grant letters of recommendation to 
other like associations. 

ARTICLE IV MEETINGS 

Section 1: The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October and continue until the business of the 
Association is disposed of. 

Section 2: Special meetings may be called by the Moderator or Executive 
Board, provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Section 3: Each church shall elect annually, in addition to the pastor, two 
messengers to the meetings of the Association for each fifty members of the 
church, provided each church shall not have less than three nor more than ten 
messengers. These shall constitute the voting body of the Association. The 
names of messengers printed in the minutes shall include only those in attend- 
ance and registering at the Associational Meeting. 

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ARTICLE V AUTHORITY 

Each church in this Association is independent and soverign in its own 
attain, and the Association has no authority over the churches except as 
provided in this Constitution in Article III, Section 2 and 3. 

ARTICLE VI OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTIONS 

Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Clerk-Treas- 
urer, Auditor, Historian, Music Director, Organist, Sunday School Director 
Chairman of the Library Council, Baptist Youth for Christ Director and 
Parliamentarian. 

Section 2: The Moderator, Vice-Moderator and Clerk-Treasurer shall be 
elected on the morning of the last day of the annual meeting. All other off- 
icers shall be contacted and nominated by the Committee on Nominations and 
elected by the Associational Executive Board at their April meeting 

Section 3: The newly elected Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer 
shall assume at the close of the annual session all duties incumbent upon them 
relating to the work of the ensuing associational year. All other officers shall 
assume all duties incumbent upon them relating to the work of the ensuing 
year on October 1 . 6 

Section 4: Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be inelig- 
ible lor re-election for two years. 

ARTICLE VII TRUSTEES AND THEIR ELECTION 

There shall be three Trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer 
serving terms of three years each on a rotating basis. On nomination by the 
Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the Annual 
Meeting, no trustee being eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of one 
year. The expiration date of each trustee's term of office shall appear by his name 
in the Associational Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII THE ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Associtional Executive Board shall be composed of all Associational 
officers (Article VI, Section 1), the Associational Director of Missions, the 
Christian Social Ministries Director, (ex-officio without voting privileges) 
each active pastor, two members chosen by each member church from its 
membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and chair- 
men ot all standing committees of the Association. The Associational Exec- 
tive Board shall have the authority to act for the Association between sessions, 
except as limited by the Constitution. Associational Executive Board members 
are the connecting link between the Association and the churches. Executive 
Board members should represent the churches to the Association. Executive 
Board members should act as representatives for the Association to the 
churches. It is the responsibility of the Executive Board members to promote 
the programs, represent the needs and report to the churches concerning the 
work and ministry of the Association. Executive Board members should seek 
acceptable means of representing the Association to their respective fellow- 
ships. It shall be the duty of the Executive Board to meet quarterly and to 
make reports and recommendations to the Association in its Annual Meeting 

The quarterly meetings will be in January, April and July, on Monday after 
the third Sunday. 

ARTICLE IX COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Association shall have the following standing committees, 
with their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through 
the following annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the Annual Meeting: 

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1. Order of Business and Program Committee (By-Law IV, Section I) 

2. Executive Committee (By-Law IV, Section 2) 

3. Evangelism Committee (By-Law IV, Section 3) 

4. Finance Committee (By-Law IV, Section 4) 

5. Ordination Committee (By-Law IV, Section 5) 

6. Nominating Committee (By-Law IV, Section 6) 

7. Constitution Committee (By-Law IV, Section 7) 

8. Membership Committee (By-Law IV, Section 8) 

9. Calendar Committee (By-Law IV, Section 9) 

10. Resolutions Committee (By-Law IV, Section 10) 

11. Historical Committee (By-Law IV, Section 11) 

12. Seminary Extension Committee (By-Law IV, Section 12) 

13. Christian Life Committee (By-Law IV, Section 13) 

14. Christian Social Ministry Committee (By-Law IV, Section 17) 

15. Church Reconciliation Committee (By-Law IV, Section 18) 

16. Mission Committee (By-Law IV, Section 19) 

17. Recreation and Drama Committee (By-Law IV, Section 20) 

18. Any other committee authorized by the Association. 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting: Committee on 
Committees. (By-Law IV, Section 14) 

Section 2: The following committee shall be appointed by the Moderator at 
least thirty days prior to the Annual Meeting to serve during the Annual Meet- 
ing: Enrollment Committee (By-Law IV, Section 16). 
ARTICLE X AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any Annual Session of 
the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members 
present. Proposed changes must be presented to the Association on the first 
day and voted upon by a standing vote of the Association on the last day. It 
is recommended that all proposed changes first be submitted to the Consti- 
tution Committee. 



BY-LAWS 

By-Law I PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

Robert's Rules of Order shall be followed as the Association's rules for 
conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes 
otherwise. 

By-Law II ASSOCIATION YEAR 

The Associational Year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 
By-Law III DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

Section 1 : The Moderator shall preside over the meeting of the body accord- 
ing to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees and 
Committee on Enrollment. He shall be the Chairman of the Associational 
Executive Board and be an ex officio (without voting privileges) member of all 
other committees. Upon completion of his term of office, the Moderator shall 
become a member-at-large (for two years) of the Missions Committee, Execu- 
tive, and the Executive Board. 

Section 2: The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure, of the Moderator, and shall be the Vice-Chairman of the Executive 
Board. 

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Section 3: The Clerk-Treasurer shall send annual report forms to the 
member churches at least a month before the Association's Annual Meeting, 
distribute at the Annual Meeting copies of the digest of these reports, make an 
accurate record of the proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing 
and distributing of Minutes to the member churches, keep on file copies of 
Minutes, records, and other documents of the Association, and shall also 
serve as Secretary of the Executive Board. He shall inform all members elected 
to office or appointed to serve on committees of such action. He shall receive 
and bank all funds of the Association in the name of the Association; disburse 
the same upon instructions from the Association, its Executive Board, or as 
designated in the budget (no money is to be disbursed which is not included in 
the budget except upon recommendation of the Finance Committee to the 
Executive Board or the Association in annual session); render an accurate 
report of receipts and disbursements and distribute same at the Annual Meet- 
ing and give a report at each quarterly Executive Board meeting and keep 
books available and up-to-date for examination. 

Section 4: The Auditor shall, at the close of the Associational Year, make 
an audit of the Treasurer's records and report to the Association in session. 

Section 5: The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the 
Association and its churches, and make a written report to each Annual Meet- 
ing of the Association. 

Section 6: The Sunday School Director shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in promoting the work of the Sunday School Department. This 
officer shall attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans 
to this committee that would promote this work. 

The Associational Sunday School should assist church leaders to be more 
effective in their responsibility. This should include: 

1. Provide opportunities for fellowship and inspiration. 

2. Interpret the Sunday School Program. 

3. Train Sunday School leaders. 

4. Consult with Sunday School leaders concerning their program. 

5. Provide organization and leadership for cooperative work among the 
churches. 

Section 7: The Church Training Department shall cooperate with the Direc- 
tor of Missions in promoting the work of the Church Training Department. 
This officer shall attend Executive Committee meetings, maintain the on-going 
work of this department at all times, and give an annual report to the Associ- 
ation. 

Section 8: The Music Director shall provide leadership for the Association 
in session and when requested at other times during the year. This officer shall 
attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans to this 
Committee that would promote the work. He shall encourage music growth in 
the churches throughout the year and shall make a written report to the 
Annual Meeting. 

Section 9: The Brotherhood Director shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in promoting the work of men and boys in the churches. The officer 
shall attend the Executive Committee meetings and offer creative plans to 
promote the development of men and boys and an awareness of world mission 
needs. 

Section 10: The Woman's Missionary Union Director serves on the Execu- 
tive Committee of the Association and works with the Director of Missions; 
leads the WMU Council; confers with our associational WMU officers and 
assists them in their work; leads in providing opportunities for leaders and 
members of their church WMUs to have fellowship and receive inspiration 
concerning their mutual mission task; leads in interpreting the WMU prog- 
ram to church leaders; leads in training church WMU workers and members; 

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consults with church leaders concerning initiation of WMU work and the 
improvement of existing work; presides at and plans for associational meeting, 
leads in associational WMU annual planning; leads in discovering mission 
action needs and in coordinating the work being done; and reports progress of 
WMU work to the Association and serves as contact between the Association 
and state WMU. 

Section 1 1 : The Chairman of the Library Council shall promote the beginn- 
ing and maintenance of church libraries in the churches; provide training 
opportunities for church librarians; maintain and develop the associational 
library; attend the Executive Committee meetings; cooperate with the Director 
of Missions and make an annual report to the Association at its annual 
session. 

Section 12: The Baptist Youth for Christ Director shall, under the supervis- 
ion of the Director of Missions, guide and promote the youth activities of the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association. Such activities may include: 

1. Youth Council sessions. 

2. Bi-monthly sessions of Youth for Christ in local churches. 

3. A Kairos Crusade for Christ every 3 to 5 years. 

4. Mission Vacation Bible School and/or Backyard VBS. 

5. Sponsorship of a booth at Cleveland County Fair each October. 

6. Any other activity which the Baptist Youth for Christ Director, Youth 
Council, Director of Missions, and Executive Committee deems necessary 
to foster a positive Christian witness for Christ. 

Section 13: The Parliamentarian shall, at the Annual Meeting of the Associ- 
ation, rule on all questions of parliamentary procedure which shall arise 
during the sessions. The Parliamentarian shall serve as a resource person to 
the churches and shall, upon request, advise and assist the churches on 
matters of parliamentary procedure. 

Section 14: Vacancies occurring between Annual Sessions shall be filled by 
the Executive Board, except the office of Moderator, in which case the Vice- 
Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 



By-Law IV DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

Section 1: The Order of Business and Program Committee shall be com- 
posed of three members and the Moderator, Clerk and the Associational 
Music Director. It shall rotate the place of meeting among the groups of 
churches with the host church being determined by the group. It shall rec- 
ommend the preacher and the alternate for the annual sermon. It shall prepare 
a printed program for the Annual Meeting for the Association, which shall be 
sent to all persons on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before 
the Annual Meeting. It shall, on the opening day of the Annual Meeting of 
the Association, present the printed program for adoption and serve through 
the session when adjustments in the order of business become necessary. This 
committee will be responsible for promoting the Annual Meeing through the 
various news media. 

Section 2: The Executive Committee 

1. Shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk/Treas- 
urer, Music Director, Sunday School Director, Church Training Director, 
Brotherhood Director, WMU Director, Baptist Youth for Christ Director, 
Chairperson of the Christian Social Ministries Committee; President of the 
Pastors' Conference; Chairman of the Nominating Committee, Chairman of 
Committee on Committees, Chairman of Christian Life Committee, Chairman 
of Membership Committee, Chairman of Finance Committee, and Chairman 
of Evangelism. 

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2. Wheir without a Director of Missions, this committee shall seek out and 
recommend to the Association, or its Executive Board, for election of a new 
Director of Missions according to By-Law VI, Section 11. 

3. It shall administer all matters referred to it by the Association or Execu- 
tive Board and act on routine or emergency matters concerning business 
management, approve employment of all office personnel, deal with problems 
relating to personnel, and maintain adequate equipment for the office. It shall 
meet regularly, not less than quarterly, but a quorum of seven is necessarv to 
transact business. J 

Section 3: The Evangelism Committee, composed of six members, shall 
promote the work of evangelism in the churches and the Association in coop- 
eration with the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to 
be subject to the approval of the Association or its Executive Board 

Section 4: The Finance Committee, composed of six members, two rotating 
annually, with the Treasurer, shall study the Association's financial needs of an 
adequate program, present a budget to the Association for the following year 
devise plans for securing the cooperation of the churches in raising funds to meet 
the budget, and make a written report to the Annual Meeting. 

The Committee shall be prepared to assist any church within the Associa- 
tion upon request, with the stewardship programs offered by the Convention 

The Committee shall express gratitude to the churches for their stewardship 
development that enables them to participate in local, home, and foreign 
missions. © 

Section 5: The Ordination Committee, composed of five members, with the 
pastor of the home church (the church of which the candidate is a member), 
the Director of Missions, and deacons of the home and requesting churches' 
shall, when requested by a member church, assist with the examination and 
ordination of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

The Committee requires that it receive a copy of that portion of the 
Minutes, signed by the clerk, of the church conference at which the home 
voted to request examination of the candidate. 

The Committee requires that the candidate be called by a church for min- 
istry before requesting examination. 

The Chairman shall notify the candidate of the time, place, and procedure. 

The Committee suggests that the candidate be questioned at least two weeks 
prior to his ordination. 

The Committee shall question the candidate about his conversion, his call 
his priorities, his doctrine, and his personal life. The Committee may also 
counsel the candidate. 

The candidate should feel free to seek advice from the Committee regarding 
any area of the ministry. 

In every instance, the Committee shall be guided by the Scripture, especially 
I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9. 

The Committee shall give written notice to the home church as to whether 
or not it recommends that the church proceed with the ordination. 

The Chairman shall report the Committee's activities to the Executive Board 
quarterly and provide a written report for the Annual Meeting. 

Section 6: The Nominating Committee, composed of six members, shall 
contact before and nominate at the April Executive Board meeting, the off- 
icers of the Association according to Article VI and VIII of the Constitution. 
This Committee shall also, in cooperation with the Nominating Committee of 
various departments (except the WMU and Brotherhood organizations), 
recommend workers for these various departments. The officers and workers 
of these respective organizations shall be nominated by the organization them- 
selves and submitted to the Nominating Committee (Article VI, Section 1). It 

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shall also nominate associational representatives for the various institutions 
and agencies of our convention and members of the General Board of our 
Baptist State Convention. This Committee shall also assist the Executive 
Board in filling vacancies which occur between annual meetings of the Associ- 
ation. This Committee's nominations shall not preclude other nominations 
from the floor. 

Section 7: The Constitution Committee, composed of three members, shall 
be available to study changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make 
recommendations as needed. 

Section 8: The Membership Committee, composed of five members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws. The Member- 
ship Committee should be sensitive to groups seeking its services and be will- 
ing to present a statement of Baptist faith and practice and what it means to 
cooperate with other churches in the Association in a world-wide mission 
program. The Membership Committee shall annually review all churches and 
missions under the watchcare of the Association and may present them for 
membership within the Association or that they continue under the watchcare. 

Section 9: The Calendar Committee shall be composed of the following 
Associational officers: Sunday School Director, Church Training Director, 
WMU Director, Brotherhood Director, Music Director and Vice-Moderator as 
chairman. This committee shall work out as soon as possible each year an 
Associational Calendar for the coming year and present same to the Executive 
Board for adoption. 

Section 10: The Resolutions Committee composed of three members, shall 
draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation, plan and 
promote the work of the Committee in an annual planning meeting; and 
present resolutions of appreciation to individuals, organizations, and churches 
when there are events worthy of commendation. 

Section 1 1 : The Historical Committee shall be composed of the Historian 
as chairman and six other members. It shall be the duty of the Historical 
Committee to collect, compile, and preserve all materials of interest to the 
Association and member churches. It shall make its report at the Annual 
Association Meeting. 

Section 12: The Seminary Extension Committee, composed of three 
members, shall publicize study courses and programs that are available; and 
shall plan, provide and promote Seminary Extension studies as they may be 
desired. 

Section 13: The Christian Life Committee, composed of six members, will 
give continual attention to the moral climate of the community and shall 
initiate necessary action to maintain and improve the climate. The committee 
shall commend these persons and institutions that uphold Christian virture, 
and shall support the churches in the teaching of Christian personal and social 
righteousness. 

Section 14: The Committee on Committees, composed of five members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 
1), and shall assist the Executive Board in filing vacancies on all standing 
committees occurring between sessions. This committee shall also name the 
Chairman of each committee. 

Section 15: The Telephone Contact Committee shall be composed of one 
person from each group of churches in the Association (6). This committee 
members shall relay messages to pastors and key leaders during the year. All 
messages to be sent should be cleared with the Director of Misisons. 

Section 16: The Enrollment Committee shall prepare for and direct the 
enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 

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Section 17: The Christian Social Ministry Committee, composed of six 
members, shall assist the CSM Director in the planning, promoting and corr- 
elation of the Christian Social Ministry programs. This is to be a sub- 
committee of the Associational Missions Committee, with the Chairperson of 
the CSM committee serving as a member of the Missions Committee. Ex 
officio members shall be the Moderator and the Director of Missions. 

Section 18: The Church Reconciliation Committee shall be composed of the 
present Moderator as chairman, two immediate past Moderators and two lay 
persons to be appointed annually by the above stated members. The chairman 
will report to the Executive Committee or the Executive Board the names of 
those lay persons appointed. This committee will be open to any person or 
persons of a member church seeking assistance with problems related to their 
church. 

Section 19: The Missions Committee shall be made up of the following 
members: the Director of Missions will be the chairman without voting privi- 
leges, Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk-Treasurer, Finance Committee 
Chairman, Chairperson of CSM Committee, Sunday School Director, Church 
Training Director, Brotherhood Director, WMU Director, and President of 
the Pastor's Conference. 

This Committee is to be available as a sounding board, to support the 
Director of Missions as a person (as well as an officer in the Association), 
provide feed-back concerning Associational programs and activities, conveying 
suggestions from the Association, and offering support in projecting programs 
to the Executive Committee and/or Executive Board. The Missions Committee 
shall seek to determine areas of need within and without the Association and 
formulate recommendations to the Associational Executive Committee. This 
responsibility includes recommending the purchase of land for future church 
development to the Associational Executive Committee. The Missions 
Committee has no authority other than to make recommendations to the 
Executive Committee or the Executive Board. The Committee may be called 
together at the discretion of the Chairman or determine its own meeting time 
and place. 

Section 20: The Recreation and Drama Committee shall promote a program 
of Christian recreation and drama in the churches. The Committee shall 
regard recreation and drama as a means, not an end. The Recreation and 
Drama Committee shall use their programs as a way to teach, a means of 
witnessing and an avenue of expressing the abundant Christian life. The 
Recreation and Drama Committee shall be responsible to give assistance to 
any church that should request help in the area of recreation and drama. The 
Committee's responsibilities shall include fellowships, Senior Adults, retreats, 
crafts, drama workshops and other assignments of the Association, if asked. 
The Chairman of the Recreation and Drama Committee shall plan with the 
Director of Missions and give a report of the committee's activities at the 
Executive Board quarterly meetings. 

Section 21: Members of all these committees, except those appointed by the 
Moderator, shall be elected to serve not more than three years on a rotating 
basis. 

By-Law V TRUSTEES 

The duty of the Trustees shall be to hold in trust any property, money, 
endowment, or other securities of said Association, and they shall handle all 
legal matters of the Association under the direction of the Association or its 
Executive Board. 

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By-Law VI DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Section 1 : His selection shall be upon the recommendation of the Executive 
Committee and on vote by the Association at its Annual Meeting, or between 
sessions of the Association, by its Executive Board. His time of office shall 
continue until terminated by mutual consent or request of either party. He 
shall be a member of all committees and organizations of the Association in a 
serving and advisory capacity. 

By-Law VII DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRY 

Section 1 : Employment - The Director of CSM shall be jointly employed by 
the Association, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Home Mission Board. The employee should be elected to work until the 
sponsoring groups mutually agree to cease the tenure of service or the 
employee resigns. The CSM Director shall work under the supervision of the 
Director of Misions and in compliance with the Job Description provided by 
the State and Association. 

Section 2: Basic Function - The basic functions are to work with the CSM 
Committee to organize, supervise and promote a program of activities to meet 
the spiritual, educational, emotional and physical needs of the people within 
the geographical boundaries of the Association. 

Section 3: The CSM Director shall be an ex officio member of the Associa- 
tional Executive Board, Associational Executive Committee and Missions 
Committee without voting privileges. 

Section 4: When without a Christian Social Ministries Director, the Associa- 
tional Executive Committee shall be reponsible for the appointment of a 
Search Committee to seek a person to serve as Christian Social Ministries 
Director according to By-Law VII Section 1 and 2. 

By-Law VIII AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the Annual 
Meeting by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 

By-Law IX DEFINE PROCEDURE 

Section 1: The business session of the Association shall be opened and 
closed with prayer. 

Section 2: Every report, resolution, or amendment offered to the Associa- 
tion shall be submitted in writing if requested by the Moderator. 

Section 3: No person shall speak more than twice on the same subject 
except by permission of the Association. 

Section 4: Messengers present from half the churches shall constitute a 
quorum. 

Section 5: Unless the Association decides otherwise, Annual Sessions shall 
be held on a rotating basis with a church or churches in each of the six 
Associational Groups as follows: Polkville, Lattimore, Shelby, Kings Moun- 
tain, Grover, and Waco. 

By-Law X THE CONFESSION OF FAITH 

The Baptist Faith and Message as revised and adopted by the Southern 
Baptist Convention on May 9, 1963. 



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REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

ALLEN MEMORIAL 

None 

BEAVER DAM 

Mr. and Mrs. Flay Brooks, Rt. 8, Box 206, Shelby 

BETHANY 

None 

BETHEL 

Mr. Hugh Spangler, Rt. 9, Shelby 

Mr. Ben Lisenba, 815 E. Marion St., Shelby 

BETHLEHEM 

Mr. and Mrs. Seerley Lowery, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 
Mr. Miles Seism, Rt. 1, Box 34AA, Kings Mountain 

BOILING SPRINGS 

Mr. Thirlen Osborne, Boiling Springs 
Mr. Robert Adams, Boiling Springs 

BUFFALO 

Mr. Eldon Edison, 1308 Crestview Dr., Shelby 

Mrs. Bertha Lackey, Rt. 1, Box 188, Shelby 

CALVARY 

Marlow Stroup, 505 Gardner St., Shelby 

Bob Tesseniar, 1013 Hardin Dr., Shelby 

CARPENTER'S GROVE 

Mrs. Harry Hart, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Mrs. D.C. Carpenter, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Mr. Leslie Seagle, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

CASAR BAPTIST 

Fay Melton, Casar 

Mr. Donald Walker, Rt. 1, Lawndale 

CHRISTIAN FREEDOM 

Vernice Dudley, Rt. 2, Box 419-C, Kings Mountain 

Willard Lovelace, Rt. 2, Box 419-B, Kings Mountain 

Eddie Grigg, 5019 Downing St., Shelby 

CHURCHILL DRIVE 

Mr. John Greene, 836 Churchill Dr., Shelby 

Mrs. Jerry Floyd, Rt. 1, Box 171-E, Shelby 

COMMUNITY 

None 

DAVID 

Mrs. Ann Schuman, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Jackie McSwain, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

DOUBLE SHOALS 

Mr. James Seism, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mr. E.Y. Spangler, Rt. 1, Shelby 

DOUBLE SPRINGS 

Mr. R.K. Jones, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Mr. C.W. Spargo, Rt. 4, Shelby 

DOVER 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bridges, P.O. Box 1707, Shelby 

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EASTSIDE, Kings Mountain 

Rev. James Williams, 117 Center St., Kings Mountain 

Mr. O.E. Jolly, Kings Mountain 

Mr. J.R. Van Dyke, Love Valley Comm., Kings Mountain 

EASTSIDE, Shelby 

Rev. L.A. Howard, 928 Earle St., Shelby 

Mrs. O.C. Huskey, 331 Grover St., Shelby 

Arnold Brittain, 1026 Fallston Rd., Shelby 

ELIZABETH 

Mr. Joe Mauney, 1314 Montrose Dr., Shelby 

ELLIOTT MEMORIAL 

None 

EMMANUEL 

Mrs. Betty Black, 113 S. Jacobs St., Cherryville 

Mrs. Mae Carter, Rt. 4, Box 148, Cherryville 

FAITH 

None 

FALLSTON 

Mr. Yates Williams, Fallston 

Mr. Hoyle Wright, Fallston Rd., Shelby 

FLINT HILL 

Mr. Ralph Harrill, Rt. 2, Shelby 

Mr. Ollen Ledbetter, Rt. 2, Shelby 

GROVER FIRST 

Mr. Hood Watterson, Rt. 2, Box 231, Grover 

Mr. Grady Rose, Box 323, Grover 

HIGHLAND 

Mr. R.J. Price, 427 Brookside Dr., Shelby 

Mr. T.R. Wright, Shelby 

IMMANUEL 

Mr. Boyce Burton, Box 1052, Shelby 

Mr. Loyd Holman, 310 Ware St., Shelby 

KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST 

Mr. J.C. Goare, 407 Hawthorne Ln., Kings Mountain 

Mr. E.R. Roberts, 818 N. Piedmont Ave., Kings Mountain 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Rev. R. Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain 

Mr. Fred Weaver, 202 Juniper St., Kings Mountain 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND 

Mr C.S. Owens, 900 W. Gold St., Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Gert Owens, 900 W. Gold St., Kings Mountain 

LATTIMORE 

Mrs. J.B. Williams, Box 128, Mooresboro 

Mr. Ernest Hardin, Rt. 4, Shelby 

LAWNDALE 

Mr. Earl Wease, P.O. Box 242, Lawndale 

Mr. Fred Beam, P.O. Box 495, Lawndale 

Rev. Charley R. Sandifer, Box 126, Lawndale 

LILY MEMORIAL 

Mr. Norman White, 1136 S. DeKalb St., Shelby 

Mr. L.R. Philbeck, 348 Whitener St., Shelby 

LOVE VALLEY 

Mr. George Melton, Rt. 4, Box 337, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. R.R. Van Dyke, Rt. 4, Box 326, Kings Mountain 

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MACEDONIA 

Mrs. Henry Ford, 602 Ford St., Kings Mountain 

MIDVIEW 

None 

MT. SINAI 

Mr. Frank Ellis, Rt. 11, Box 339, Shelby 

Mr. J.D. Rollins, 2658 Mt. Sinai Church Rd., Shelby 

MULLS MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Patsy Harris, 1586 N. Oak Dr., Shelby 

Mrs. Rachel Mode, 1603 N. Oak Dr., Shelby 

NEW BETHEL 

Mr. T.S. Putnam, Box 97, Lawndale 

Mrs. T.S. Putnam, Box 97, Lawndale 

NEW BUFFALO 

Velvia Martin, Rt. 7, Box 153, Shelby 

Annie Panther, Rt. 1, Grover 

NEW CAMP CREEK 

None 

NEW HOPE 

J.H. Tulloh, Rt. 11, Box 336A, Shelby 

Wilson Randall, Rt. 11, Box 402, Shelby 

NEW PROSPECT 

None 

NORMAN'S GROVE 

Marilyn Warlick, Rt. 2, Vale 

Ruby Hartman, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

NORTHSIDE 

Rev. Stanley Webb, Shelby 

Mrs. Sarah Goforth, Shelby 

Mr. E.N. Barnette, Shelby 

OAK GROVE 

Gene Ballard, Rt. 3, Box 575, Kings Mountain 

Carl Davis, Rt. 4, Box 64, Kings Mountain 

OAK VIEW 

Mr. Paul Hord, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 321 A, Kings Mountain 

Mr. Kenneth Metcalf, 602 York Rd., Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON GROVE 

Edwin Moore, Rt. 4, Box 522, Kings Mountain 

Charles R. Bridges, Rt. 1, Box 40, Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON SPRINGS 

Harold Jackson, 1717 David Dr., Shelby 

Larry Perkinson, Rt. 1, Box 488T, Grover 

PEACH STREET 

None 

PIEDMONT BAPTIST 

Reuben Navey, 1319 Shelby Rd., Kings Mountain 

James Smith, Kings Mountain 

Rev. Ansel Center, Jr., 104A Center St., Kings Mountain 

PLAINS VIEW 

Rev. Gary Youell, Rt. 2, Lawndale 

Mrs. Linda Howard, Rt. 2, Lawndale 

Mr. Bill McSwain, Rt. 1, Shelby 



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PLEASANT GROVE 

Mrs. Betty Wright, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Mr. John Hendrick, Rt. 5, Shelby 

PLEASANT HILL 

Mr. Watson Hamrick, 220 Thrift Rd., Shelby 

PLEASANT RIDGE 

Mr. Ken Jones, Rt. 4, Box 220A, Shelby 

Mr. Allen Hayes, Rt. 4, Box 332-A, Shelby 

POLKVILLE 

Mr. Griff Davis, Rt. 10, Box 288, Shelby 

Mr. Fred Mintz, Rt. 1, Box 343, Lawndale 

POPLAR SPRINGS 

Mr. John W. Hamrick, Rt. 2, Box 13, Shelby 

Mr. Gordon Bridges, Rt. 3, Box 335, Shelby 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL 

Mr. Thomas Earls, 304 Kimberlee Dr., Shelby 

Mr. Douglas Bridges, Broad St., Shelby 

ROSS GROVE 

Mr. Don Weathers, Rt. 7, Box 4, Shelby 

Mr. Charles Barrett, 516 Ross Grove Rd., Shelby 

SANDY PLAINS 

Mr. Dean Humphries, Rt. 3, Shelby 

Mr. Wayne Whitaker, Rt. 3, Shelby 

SHELBY FIRST 

None 

SHELBY SECOND 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poston, 504 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 

TEMPLE 

Ethel Camp, 102 Benfield Rd., Kings Mountain 

Elva Nicholson, 901 Henry St., Kings Mountain 

UNION 

Johnny Rudasill, Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Hayes Ashe, Rt. 5, Shelby 

VICTORY 

Mr. Tom Wells, Box 13, Kings Mountain 

Mrs. Verty Wells, Kings Mountain 

WACO 

Rev. Royce Ballew, Box 79, Waco 

Mr. W.H. Lutz, Waco 

Mr. George Murry, Waco 

WALLACE GROVE 

None 

WESTOVER 

None 

WESTVIEW 

Mr.J.B. Spangler, 610 W. Warren, Shelby 

Mr. Joe Roberts, 3025 Hazel Dr., Shelby 

ZION 

Irene Blanton, 209 Worthington, Shelby 

Mable Wellmon, Rt. 10, Shelby 

ZOAR 

Mrs. Cinda Vassey, 1505 Farm Rd., Shelby 

Mrs. Lucile Gillespie, Rt. 8, Box 142A, Shelby 

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ASSISTANT PASTORS AND MINISTERS OF EDUCATION, 
YOUTH AND RECREATION 

Mr. Bill Setzer, 1008 N. LaFayette St., Shelby Bethel 

Mr. Don Balltzglier, P.O. Box 1972, Shelby Bethel 

Rev. Keith Dixon, P.O. Box 209, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Mr. Jerry Elmore, Rt. 3, Box 266, Gaffney Buffalo 

Mr. John Hunter, 1 128 Prospect Church Rd., Shelby Calvary 

Mr. Jerry Lovelace, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain \ David 

DougHalsey, Boiling Springs Double Springs 

Mr. Rod Mauney, 208 Arden Dr., Shelby Dover 

Mr. Steve Coldiron, 243 N. Post Dr., Shelby Elizabeth 

Mr. David Putnam, Jr., 1408 Kings Rd., Shelby Elizabeth 

Rev. Flay Smith, 517 Fullerton St., Shelby Elliott Memorial 

Mrs. Paul Farris, Rt. 4, Box 468, Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

Rev. R. Allen Jolley, 701 W. King St., Kings Mountain . . . .Kings Mountain First 

Miss Delores White, Rt. 4, Box 203, Kings Mountain Macedonia 

Mr. Jerry White, 206 Fulton Dr., Kings Mountain Macedonia 

Mrs. Pat St. Charles, Toney St., Boiling Springs Mt. Sinai 

Mr. Robert Wright, Oak Grove Rd., Kings Mountain New Camp Creek 

Mr. Duane Bradley, 1 146 Mitchell St., Shelby Patterson Springs 

Mr. Bob Hendrick, P.O. Box 203, Polkville Polkville 

Clyde Buckner, Rt. 2, Box 44, Shelby Poplar Springs 

Mr. David Philbeck, P.O. Box 111, Grover Ross Grove 

Rev. William A. Cooper, P.O. Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

Rev. Glenn Davenport, P.O. Box 1360, Shelby Shelby First 

Mr. Bill H. Bridges, Rt. 4, Box 1 197, Shelby Union 

Rev. Will McSwain, New Prospect Church Rd., Shelby Wallace Grove 

Mr. Michael Deese, 518 W. Elm St., Shelby Westview 

Ms. June Lail, 6908 Juniper Terrace, Shelby Zion 

Mrs. Carolyn Duncan, 3009 River Rd., Shelby Zoar 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Carrol Tesseniar, 1013 Hardin Dr., Shelby Calvary 

David Rabb, Rt. 8, Shelby Calvary 

Tommy Mode, P.O. Box 71, Shelby Calvary 

Tommy Moss, 802 Tryon St., Shelby Calvary 

David Hill, P.O. Box 187, Casar Casar 

Larry D. Haskin, Rt. 1, Box 138B, Shelby Christian Freedom 

Jerry Brooks, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Jerry Robertson, Boiling Springs Flint Hill 

Charlie Turner, Rt. 2, Box 332, Grover Grover First 

Carroll Caldwell, 2830 Lake Dr., Shelby Immanuel 

Doug Huntsinger, Hwy. 150E., Shelby Immanuel 

Jonas R. Bell, Rt. 1, Lot 10 Wiggins Tr. Pk., Kings Mountain Midview 

Robert Wright, Oak Grove Rd., Kings Mountain New Camp Creek 

John B. Linderman, Jr., Rt. 1, Kings Mountain Oak View 

John F. Bridges, 802 Katherine Ave., Kings Mountain Patterson Grove 

Bob Hope, E. King St., Kings Mountain Piedmont 

Roger Sailors, Lawndale Plains View 

Billy Ramsaur, Rt. 2, Lawndale Plainsview 

Max Turner, Jr., Rt. 7, Shelby Pleasant Grove 

David Hamrick, 1556 Branchville Rd., Shelby Pleasant Grove 

David Philbeck, P.O. Box 111, Grover Ross Grove 

Michael Deese, 518 West Elm, Shelby Westview 

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MINISTERS DECEASED DURING YEAR 

Rev. Robert Trexler Boiling Springs 

Rev. Clyde Hamrick Calvary 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING YER 

Ed Crotts, Rt. 10, Shelby Double Springs 

Flay Smith, 517 Fullerton St., Shelby Elliott Memorial 

Gary Youell, Rt. 2, Lawndale Plains View 

David A. Quails, III, Indian Head, Maryland Shelby First 

Bruce Harless, 1 105 North 15th St., Enid, Okla Westview 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING YEAR 

David Hill, P.O. Box 187, Casar Casar 

Jonas R. Bell, Rt. 1, Lot 10 Wiggins Tr. Pk., Kings Mountain Midview 

David Hamrick, 1556 Branchville Rd., Shelby Pleasant Grove 

ORDAINED MINISTERS NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Rev. Fletcher McGinnis, Rt. 2, Box 446, Ellenboro Beaver Dam 

R.W. Abrams, Box 823, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Garland Allen, Box 801, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Ernest Blankenship, Box 852, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

P.A. Cline, Box 854, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Robert Lamb, Box 797, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

S.L. Lamm, Box 173, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Melvin Lutz, Box 932, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

Richard McBridge, Oak Ave., Shelby Boiling Springs 

M. Vann Murrell, Box 901 , Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

James McAlister, Box 238, Boiling Springs Boiling Springs 

C.W. Walker, Rt. 2, Shelby Boiling Springs 

Craven Williams, Rt. 3, Riverbend Acers, Shelby Boiling Springs 

Marlow Stroup, 505 Gardner St., Shelby Calvary 

Fred Knapp, 1320 N. LaFayette, Shelby Calvary 

Eddie Grigg, 3019 Downing St., Shelby Christian Freedom 

Warren Reid, Rt. 4, Shelby Double Springs 

Howard Cook, 1803 David Dr., Shelby Eastside Shelby 

L.A. Howard, 28 Earle St., Shelby Eastside Shelby 

Virgil C. Bailey, 603 Lincoln St., Shelby Eastside Shelby 

Cline Borders, 1408 N. Sharon Rd., Shelby Elizabeth 

Flay Smith, 517 Fullerton St., Shelby Elliott Memorial 

Hillard Tutherow, 109 James St., Cherryville Emmanuel 

Paul Allen, Rt. 1, Box 423, Grover Grover First 

Bill McKee, 102 E. Sam Lattimore Rd., Shelby Immanuel 

C.C. Crow, 206 N. Roxford Rd., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain First 

Paul Home, 1325 Grover Rd., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain First 

William Redmond, Morgan Rd., Clarksville, Tenn Kings Mountain Second 

Ira Falls, 407 E. Ridge St., Kings Mountain Kings Mountain Second 

Hugh Harrill, Rt. 4, Shelby Lattimore 

Oscar Hullender, Rt. 3, Box 243, Kings Mountain Midview 

T.J. Gasperson, 6002 Penndale Dr., Shelby Patterson Springs 

B.R. Holbrook, 6849 Landor Dr., Shelby Pleasant Ridge 

Dan Proctor, Rt. 3. Shelby Poplar Springs 

J.E. Bishop, Rt. 2, Shelby Poplar Springs 

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Ernest Smith, 502 Stroud Rd., Shelby Poplar Springs 

John R. Drayer, 806 Waters St., Shelby Shelby First 

Noel Lykins, Rt. 10, Shelby Shelby First 

Roland Leath, 208 Worthington St., Shelby .... Shelby First 

Forrest Feezor, 600 W. Sumter St., Shelby Shelby First 

Eugene Poston, Box 465, Mooresville Shelby First 

Cmdr. R. Albert Propst, Mystic, Conn Shelby First 

Clarence Hoyle, 315 S. Martin St., Shelby Shelby First 

E.B. Hicks, 3002 Courtland Dr., Shelby Shelby First 

Mike Philbeck, 1626 Spangler Dr., Shelby Shelby First 

Bob Davis, 622 Annieline Dr., Shelby Shelby First 

Roy Nanke, 701 Marin St., Kings Mountain Temple 

Jerry Rockholt, 702 E. King St., Kings Mountain Temple 

C.H. Max Burgin, 403 Lumpkin Rd., Ft. Benning, Ga Union 

Bill McGinnis, 801 Hill St., Shelby Westview 

W.V. Tarlton, Rt. 5, Shelby ' zion 



MEDIA CENTER DIRECTORS 

BEAVER DAM Wayne Brooks, Rt. 8, Shelby 

BETHLEHEM Cathy McDaniel, Rt. 2, Box 670, Kings Mountain 

BOILING SPRINGS Gail Bridges, Box 27, Boiling Springs 

CARPENTERS GROVE Mrs. Yates Warlick, Rt. 3, Box 373, Lawndale 

DOUBLE SHOALS Mrs. Bill Lowe, Rt. 1, Shelby 

DOUBLE SPRINGS Pam Bowen, Rt. 3 ! Shelby 

EASTSIDE SHELBY Mrs. Barry Greene, 1101 Hardin Dr., Shelby 

ELIZABETH Mrs. Joe Mauney, 1314 Montrose Dr., Shelby 

FALLSTON Mrs. Wyte Royster, Box 126, Fallston 

FLINT HILL Mrs. Shirley Wacaster, P.O. Box 331, Boiling Springs 

GROVER FIRST Barbara Green, P.O. Box 153, Grover 

KINGS MOUNTAIN Mrs. R.G. Franklin, 909 Sherwood Ln., Kings Mtn 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST Diana Gamble, 903 Monroe Ave., Kings Mtn. 

LATTIMORE Mrs. Jack Dover, Box 187, Lattimore 

LAWNDALE Linda Blackburn, Rt. 3, Box 1 1 A, Lawndale 

LILY MEMORIAL Linda Ellis, 107 Dellinger Rd., Shelby 

MACEDONIA Delores White, Rt. 4, Box 203, Kings Mountain 

MT. SINAI Mr. Bill Ellis, 2831 W. Mt. Sinai Church Rd., Shelby 

NEW BETHEL Mrs. Sam Flam, Rt. 2, Lawndale 

NEW HOPE Mrs. Lee Lavender, Box 2, Earl 

OAK GROVE Daphine Putnam, Rt. 3, Box 320A, Kings Mountain 

OAK VIEW Mrs. Paul Hord, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 321A, Kings Mountain 

PATTERSON SPRINGS John McCraw, Rt. 6, Box 174, Shelby 

PLAINS VIEW Delia Williams, Rt. 3, Cherryville 

PLEASANT GROVE Velva Hamrick, Rt. 5, Box 429, Shelby 

PLEASANT RIDGE Eloise Jones, Rt. 4, Box 410A, Shelby 

POLKVILLE Darcas Hawkins, P.O. Box 215, Polkville 

POPLAR SPRINGS . . .Elizabeth Davis, 2781 W. Mt. Sinai Church Rd., Shelby 

SHELBY FIRST Mrs. Stough Wray, Jr., 701 Parkwood Rd., Shelby 

SHELBY SECOND Edna Overcash, Rt. 6, Box 545, Shelby 

TEMPLE Barbara Jones, 304 Fulton St., Kings Mountain 

UNION Mrs. Joe White, Rt. 1, Lawndale 

ZION Ruby Irvin, 1012N. LaFayette St., Shelby 

ZOAR Donna McDaniel, 1360 Aladdin Dr., Shelby 

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MESSENGERS ATTENDING THE ANNUAL MEETING 

ALLEN MEMORIAL: William A. Parker, Gozzie Allen, Mrs. Ila Fitch, Jennie 

B. Jones. 

BEAVER DAM:Paul Sorrells, Tency Bridges, Maggie Bridges, E.D. Humphries, 

Dorice Brooks, Hudson Wilson, Walter Norville, Scheinman McSwain, Nellene 

Weaver, Ishmael Weaver. 

BETHANY: Geneva Sides, Mrs. James Sanders, Claudia Blackburn, Rev. James 

Sanders, Greer Blackburn. 

BETHEL: Mrs. Alfred Waters, Alfred Waters, Mrs. Hugh Dover, Hugh Dover. 

BETHLEHEM: Rev. Samuel H. Murphy, Lamar Herndon, Mrs. Lamar 

Herndon, Mrs. J.W. Wilson, Paul A. Lancaster, Louise Lancaster, Bill 

McDaniel. 

BOILING SPRINGS: Rev. Max Lennins, Charlene E. Scott, Keith Dixon, 

Thirlen Osborne, W. Wyan Washburn. 

BUFFALO: J.Y. Roper, Evelyn Kale, Ann Hord, Bertha Lackey, Emily Edison, 

Margaret Goodman, Eldon Edison. 

CALVARY: Mrs. Zero Hoyle, Mrs. Colon Blanton, John D. Hunter, Jerry 

Hubbard. 

CARPENTER'S GROVE: Mrs. Yates Warlick, Mrs. Leslie Seagle. 

CASAR: J.C. Palmer, Mary Love Palmer, Mary Warlick, Floyd Warlick, Rev. 

Walter F. Hill. 

CHRISTIAN FREEDOM: Mrs. Judy Helms, Vernice Dudley, Susan Grigg, 

Elizabeth Hasken, Larry Hasken, Jerry Edmonson, Donna Edmonson, Eddie 

Grigg. 

CHURCHILL DRIVE: Carlisle F. Boykin, Forrest Hill, Mrs. Ken Grayson, 

Mrs. Forest Hill, Al Wylie, Mrs. Al Wylie. 

COMMUNITY: Mrs. Tony Cable. 

DAVID: Anne Schuman, Mai Schuman, Mrs. Jackie McSwain, Mrs. E.E. Babb, 

Sam Lovelace, Sue Allen, Adessie McSwain. 

DOUBLE SHOALS: Oliver Price, Vera Spangler, Mrs. Carl Spangler. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: C.W. Spargo, Virginia Spargo, Oliver C. Price, Mr. and 

Mrs. C.C. Padgett, Mrs. Marshall Brooks, Mrs. C.A. Kirby, Jr., Mrs. Charles 

Whisnant, C.A. Kirby, Jr., Bertha Scruggs, B.B. Scruggs, Linda Sweezy. 

DOVER: Bessie Cartee, Mrs. E.T. Bailey, Clyde Bridges, Mrs. Clyde Bridges, 

Mrs. Harrison Blanton, Lassie Blanton. 

EASTSIDE-KINGS MOUNTAIN: Rev. James E. Williams, J.R. Van Dyke, 

Mrs. Inez Van Dyke. 

EASTSIDE - SHELBY: Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Howard, Clyde Dover, Grace Dover, 

Mr. and Mrs. Oren Huskey, Ethel Brittain, A.G. Brittain, Wilson Padget. 

ELIZABETH: Fred A. Mauney, Mrs. Minnie Cornwell, J. James Cornwell, Joe 

Mauney, Patrick Osborne, Martha Osborne, Jesse W. Thackerson, Steve Nail, 

Cline W. Borders, Doris Borders. 

EMMANUEL: Fred Cartee, Mae Cartee. 

FAITH: Paul Silver, Ronald C. Timms, Brenda Silver, Rita Gann, Sandra B. 

Wilson, W. T. Luckadoo. 

FALLSTON: Bruce Rabon, Harold Sperling, Hoyle H. Wright, Eloise Wright. 

FLINT HILL: E.H. Sessom, G. Ollen Ledbetter, James F. Lang, Mafrey Sesson, 

Ralph Harrill, Myrtle Ledbetter, Maebelle Ledbetter, Gilbert Ledbetter, Alice 

Ledbetter. 

GROVER - FIRST: Charles L. Queen, Mrs. B.H. Field, Hood Watterson, Mrs. 

Charles Queen, Mrs. Beck Wright, Rev. Bobby Gantt. 

HIGHLAND: Glenn Short, Sam Dayberry, Lucille Dayberry, Arrie B. Ellis. 
IMMANUEL: Jim Rice. 

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KINGS MOUNTAIN: Mrs. J.E. Hullender, Mrs. Eugene Roberts, Mrs B O 
Weaver, E.R. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Goare, Mrs. Glee A. Bridges Ruth 
Beam, Annie B. Roberts. ' 

KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST: Dot Weaver, Ruby M. Alexander, Gladys Led- 
better, W. Clyde Bearden, Allen Jolly, Mrs. Clyde Murphy, Mrs. Ola Sullivan 
Vera C. Cash, Mrs. Bertie W. Amos, Charles Alexander, Fred Weaver w' 
Dwight Ledbetter, Mrs. George Sellers, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Home. 
LATTIMORE: Burnette Hunt. 

LAWNDALE: Crarley L. Sandifer, Joy Sandifer, Fred W. Denton. 
LILY MEMORIAL: Marion Adams, Mamie Lou Allen, Carrie B. Adams Sara 
L. Adams, Linda Ellis. 
LOVE VALLEY: Earl M. Redding. 

MACEDONIA: Daisy Patterson, Virginia Wilson, Lillian Green, Mae H. Smith 
Rosie Lee Smith, Hazel Smith, Delores White, Gaynelle Ruppe, Clara Brown.' 
MID VIEW: Rev. and Mrs. Fred Wells. 

MT. SINAI: Billy J. Ellis, Pat St. Charles, Velma Ellis, Broadus Heatherly J C 
Wilson, Carter Billings, Nell Fraser, Nell Webb, Irene McSwain 
MULLS MEMORIAL: Talmadge Queen, Rachel Mode, Wade Dellinger Ada 
Wright, G.E. Wright, Mrs. Clyde Harris, Mrs. Talmadge Queen. 
NEW BETHEL: Don Ledbetter, Doris Funk, Mr. and Mrs. T.S. Putnam, Mr. 
and Mrs. James W. Southard. 

NEW BUFFALO: Annie Panther, Lena Dingus, Marie Lowery, Judy Bright 
Velvia R. Martin. ' 

NEW HOPE: Mrs. Hoyt Nichols, John Eaker, Hester Eaker, Mrs. Lee Laven- 
der, David Gordon. 

NORMAN'S GROVE: CO. Greene, Debbie Davis, Ronnie Davis, Mrs. C O 
Greene, Blanche Warlick, Edna Downs. 

NORTHSIDE: Stanley D. Webb, John J. Hoyld, E.N. Barnette. 
OAK GROVE: Michael Gouldelock, Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Ware, Bertie Stewart, 
Mamie Bell, Florance White, Mrs. Ruby Taylor, Mary Gibbons. 
OAK VIEW: Ruth Ledford, James E. Gaultney, Paul A. Hord, Jr., John 
Caldwell, Raymond Shumpert. 

PATTERSON GROVE: Sadie Patterson, Mrs. Robert Ware, Richard E. Plyler, 
J.W. Rayfield, Annette Penner, Edwin Moore, Mrs. A.L. Putnam, Wilma 
Wright, Everett Flemming, Velma Moore, Gladys Hamrick, Clem Wright, Lola 
W. Putnam, Rita Falls, Mary E. Plyler, Evelyn Seism, Reba Hicks, Jackie Seism, 
Betty Jones, Jerri Patterson, Judy Whistnant, Carolyn Hicks, Mae Fleming, 
Jeanne Bridges, Susan Gibson, Edwin Mood, Geneva Falls, Hugh Falls, Gladys 
Hamrick. 

PATTERSON SPRINGS: Harvey Beeler, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Hardin, Jr., 

Gertrude Porter, C. Neal Porter. 

PEACH STREET: Howard T. Cook. 

PATHWAY: Clyde Ham, Rev. James Hamrick. 

PIEDMONT: Rev. Ansel Center, Pauline Center, Mrs. Nora Humphries, 

Ruben Navey. 

PLAINS VIEW: Gary Youell. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Mrs. Charles S. Wright, Rowe W. Teague, Linda H. 

Huffstetler. 

PLEASANT HILL: Watson Hamrick, Rev. Ned Buchner, Louise Kendrick, 

Helen Roberts. 

PLEASANT RIDGE: Joel P. Jenkins, Jr., Mrs. B.R. Holbrook, Ada Lookadoo, 
Mrs. Victor M. Gragg, Denise Smith, Donna Jenkins, Marie Home. 
POLKVILLE: Marie C. Horn, Kathryn DePriest, Helen B. Bradley, Alton 
Martin. 

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POPLAR SPRINGS: Clyde D. Chapman, Clyde Buckner, J.E. Bishop, John W. 
Hamrick, Johnnie Queen, Mr. Clyde Champan, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hamrick, 
Mallie Hamrick, Magadlene Putnam, Jay Putnam, Floyd Queen, Sr., Oren 
Wyatt. 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Edgar Passmore, Mr. J.R. Webber, Pearl Passmore, 
Mrs. Manning Honeycutt. 

ROSS GROVE: William M. Leonard, Davie E. Lucas, Mrs. L.H. Ledford, 
LaLene Grigg. 

SANDY PLAINS: Woody Wall, Marie Wall, Mrs. J.B. Price, Blanche Hump- 
hries. 

SHELBY - FIRST: Joe E. Cabaniss, Bob Davis, Carlos Young, Bob Dills, 
George Hamrick, Mrs. George Hamrick, Kathy Hamrick, Rev. Clint Newton. 
SHELBY ■ SECOND: Shirley Jones, Samuel J. Poston, Mrs. Samuel Poston, 
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Lockaby, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Waters, Pat Swink. 
TEMPLE: Mrs. Corbet Nichalson, Mrs. Carrie Hord, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. 
Monroe, Linda C. Dowda. 

UNION: Rev. Ken Walters, Buford Hamrick, Diane Costner, Lillian Bridges, 
Eula Brewer. 

VICTORY: Mrs. C.F. Compton, Mrs. Frances E. White. 
WACO: Royce Ballew, Mrs. E.H. Moss, Mrs. Elbert Seism. 
WALLACE GROVE: C.R. Beaver, Jr., Lero Hudson. 
WESTVIEW: Jerry C. King, Michael Deese. 

ZION: Mrs. Beatrice Cabaniss, Mrs. Joe E. Blanton, Jr., Mrs. Mable Wellmon, 
Ruby Irvin, Russell Fitts, Mrs. Russell Fitts, Effie Tarlton, W. V. Tarlton, Mr. 
and Mrs. Mells Cornwell, Mrs. Claude Cooper, Jr. 

ZOAR: Dan H. Jolly, Mrs. Dan Davidson, Mrs. Cinca Vassey, Frankie Bradley, 
Hattie Flynn, Jerry Allen, Glenna Pennington, Walter J. Pennington. 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE THE ASSOCIATION 

Dr. D.W. Thomas Sawyer - French Broad Assoc. - representing Mars Hill 

Ann Jenkins - Baptist Children's Home 

John B. Linderman - Meredith College 

Calvin Knight - Baptist Hospital 

Ernest Glass - Wake Forest University 

Vernon Camp - Ridgecrest Conference Center 

Lib Stewart - Dixon Presbyterian 

Sam Pittman - Foreign Mission Board 

Judy Franks - Association Office 



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OUR BELOVED DEAD 



ALLEN MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Edna Wright 
BEAVER DAM 

Mr. Morris Hamrick 
BETHEL 

Mrs. Docie Mclntyre 
Mrs. Brittian Kivett 
Mr. Howard Greene 
Mr. Robert Pearson 
Mrs. Peter Lail 
BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Virignia Blalock 
Miss Bessie McDaniel 
Mr. H. Gover Pheagin 

BOILING SPRINGS 

Mrs. Martha C. Greene 
Mrs. Anne Greene 
Mrs. M.A. Jolley 
Miss Lottie Green 
Miss Kate Moore 
Dr. E.V. Moore 
Mrs. Beautie Hamrick 

CALVARY 

Mr. Julius Panther 
Mr. John Henry 
Mrs. Mattie Peeler 
Miss Myrtle Wright 
Mrs. Mattie Scruggs 
Mr. Z.L. Wilson 
Mr. Roy Kale, III 
Mr. Baxter McCraw 
Mrs. Velva Jones 

CASAR 

Mrs. Walter Hill 

Mr. Guy Warlick 
COMMUNITY 

Mr. Clarence Short 
DOUBLE SHOALS 

Miss Eula Russ 

Mr. Tillman B. Ramey 

Mr. William Perry 

DOUBLE SPRINGS 

Mrs. W.H. Gardnes, Sr. 
Mrs. C.B. Greene 
Mr. John Blanton 
DOVER 

Mr. Joe Epley 

Mr. Bill Gamble 

Mrs. A.B. Nanney 

Mr. Fred Allen 

Mr. Hugh Lane Hunnicut 



EASTSIDE SHELBY 

Mr. Jack Dockery 
Mr. Walter Leigh 
Mr. Thomas O'Leary 
Mr. M.M. Hayes 
ELIZABETH 
Mr. Josh Roberts 
Mr. Albert Spangler 
Mrs. Leslie Owen 
Mr. Raleigh Poston 
Mr. G.L. Jones 
Mrs. Coleman Self 
Mrs. Alice Rector 
Mrs. W.T. Jones 

ELLIOTT MEMORIAL 

Mr. Joe Hawkins-Deacon 
EMMANUEL 

Mr. Frank Short 
FALLSTON 

Mr. W.A. Hoyle 
Mr. Lester E. Willis 
Mrs. Broadus Dellinger 
Mrs. Clem Royster 
Mr. Stough Beam 

FLINT HILL 

Mr. Robert McCombs 

Mrs. Lois Ledbetter 
GROVER FIRST 

Mr. E.D. Randall 

Mr. Ralph Little 

Mr. Warren Hicks 
HIGHLAND 

Mr. Crosson Padgett 
KINGS MOUNTAIN FIRST 

Mrs. Blanche Yarboro 

Mr. John Bumgardner-Deacon 

Mr. Lewis Woody 

Mr. Dewitt Patterson 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND 

Mr. John Gladden 
LATTIMORE 

Mr. William D. Jones 
Mr. James A. Bramlett 
Mr. Charles S. Stockton 
Mr. Samual H. Mauney 
LAWNDALE 

Mr. Summie Gantt 
Mrs. Mazel Newton 
Mr. Veles Bivins 
Mr. Jack Yon 
Mr. W.T. Ledford 



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MACEDONIA 

Mr. J.R. Champion-Deacon 
Mrs. Essie Farris 
Mrs. Jewel Ford 
Mrs. Rachel Ledford 
Mrs. David Smith 
Mrs. Julia Smith 

MT. SINAI 

Miss Delia Weaver 

MULLS MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Ocie Thompson 
Mr. P.H. Hovis 
Mr. Cecil Huntsinger 

NEW BETHEL 
Mr. Carme Elam 
Mr. Sam Elam 
Mr. Worth Lattimore 
Mr. Donnie Miller 
Mrs. Emma Lattimore 
Mr. John F. Carpenter 

NEW CAMP CREEK 
Mrs. Margaret McFarland 

NEW HOPE 
Mrs. Lester Randall 
Mrs. Frankie R. Reynolds 
Miss Mamie McSwain 
Mr. Wilson Borders 
Mr. Hartness Gibson 

NEW PROSPECT 
Mr. Eddie Allen 
Mrs. Pauline Gardner 
Miss Florence Beam 
Mr. William McSwain 

NORMAN'S GROVE 
Mrs. Lula T. Benfield 
Mrs. Lou Ella Spurling 

OAK GROVE 
Mr. Tom Brooks 
Mr. W. Wright-Deacon 
Mrs. Virginia W. Bell 
Mrs. Ethel Champion 
Mr. Jasper N. Philbeck 
Mr. Zay Moore 

OAK VIEW 

Mrs. Sarah Etta Gore 
Mrs. Hattie Anderson 
Mr. Denny Spearman 
Mrs. Charlotte Whaley 

PATTERSON GROVE 
Mr. Sam Hamrick 
Mr. Dempsey Falls 
Mr. Floyd Thornburg 
Mr. Grady Putnam 
Mr. Everette Lovelace 
Mrs. Ellen Hord 



PATTERSON SPRINGS 

Mr. Max Eaker 

Miss Jossie Ellis 

Mrs. C.F. McSwain 

Mr. Tom Dover 

Miss Clara Atkinson 

Mr. Forrest Lail 

Mrs. Braxton Bo wen 

Mr. Alonzo Dellinger 

Mr. Lester Camp 

Mr. Willard Franklin Campbell 

PIEDMONT 

Mrs. Emmie Benfield 
Mr. Glenn P. Oliver 

PLAINS VIEW 

Mrs. Mae Ruth Jenkins 
Mrs. Edna Coffey 

PLEASANT GROVE 

Mr. Kenneth Brogden 

PLEASANT HILL 

Mr. Marvin Stroup 
Mrs. Tamladge Bridges 
Mrs. Wray (Ruth) Curry 

PLEASANT RIDGE 

Mr. Hoyt Carroll-Deacon 
Mr. Hoyt Martin 
Mr. Bill Hull 

POLKVILLE 

Mr. D.L. Grant 

Mr. Russell Cook-Deacon 

POPLAR SPRINGS 

Mr. Plummer Clark 
Mrs. Etta Cordell 
Mr. Quay Bridges 
Mr. Major Philbeck 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL 

Mr. Finley Patterson 
Mr. Fred Evans 

ROSS GROVE 

Mrs. Ruth Dixon 
Mr. Paul Weathers 

SANDY PLAINS 

Mr. Ryburn Petty 
Mr. Grover McSwain 
Mr. Walter Crotts-Deacon 
Mrs. Susie Jones 
Mr. Charlie Melton 
Mrs. Hattie P. Miller 
Mrs. Louise Hoyle 



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Jr. 

Sr. 



SHELBY FIRST 

Mrs. J.F. Abernathy 
Mrs. Helen Roberts Bedell 
Mr. Johnnie J. Bridges 
Mr. Howard C. Elliott, 
Mrs. C. Rush Hamrick 
Mrs. V.F. Hamrick 
Mrs. Robert L. Hause 
Mrs. W.H. Hudson 
Mr. S.N. Lattimore, Jr. 

Mrs. S.N. Lattimore, Sr. 

Mr. Alvin Leinweber 

Mrs. E.E. McKinney 

Mr. William Perry Miller 

Mr. D.F. Moore 

Mr. Lee Nolan-Deacon 

Mr. Keith Philbeck 

Mr. Fate Proctor 

Mr. J.F. Proctor 

Mrs. J.O. Propst 

Mr. John Roberts 

Miss Ruth Roberts 

Mrs. B.F. Spangler 

Mrs. Hoyt Stanley 

Mrs. H.E. Waldrop, Jr. 

Mr. J. Carver Wood-Deacon 
SHELBY SECOND 
Mr. Bobby Bridges 
Mr. W.B. Paschal 
Mr. Hugh Carpenter 



TEMPLE 

Mr. Raymond Foster 
Mrs. Clytie Hope 
UNION 

Mr. Eddie Bridges 
VICTORY 
Mr. Gerald Smith 
Ms. Ola Davis 
WACO 
Mrs. Hoyle Bridges 
Mrs. Leo Beattie 
Mr. Wayne Brrett 
Mr. Charlie Adair 
WALLACE GROVE 
Mr. C.P. Heavner 
WESTVIEW 
Mr. N.C. Hamrick 
Mrs. M.R. Spera 
ZION 
Mr. Bennett Martin 
Mr. Gaston Wright 
Mr. Tom Cornwell-Deacon 
Mr. Jim Harris 
Mrs. Lem Wright 
ZOAR 
Mr. Earl Eskew 
Mrs. Mildred Crotts 
Mrs. Maude Ivie 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 

BETHEL: Moved into our new Auditorium, Sunday School rooms and office 

suite. Sold a One Million Dollar Bond Program. 

CHRISTIAN FREEDOM: New Church Building. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS: Dedication of organ 9-21-80. 

ELLIOTT MEMORIAL: New Piano, new pews and steeple on church. 

IMMANUEL: First homecoming in new building on 180 S. July 20, 1980. First 

Baptismal service in new building on July 27th. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN SECOND: Pastor Appreciation Day 10th year. 

MIDVIEW: New steeple, two new rooms, new porch and ramp, also repainted 

fellowship building and the inside and outside of the sanctuary. 

MULLS MEMORIAL: 50th Anniversary of our church. 

NORTHSIDE: Construction of first phase of Northside occupied Jan. 1, 1980. 

OAK VIEW: Called Rev. Raymond Shumpert as Pastor. 

PATTERSON GROVE: "Down by the Creek Bank" - musical presented by 

children. "Joy" - musical presented by youth to two churches in Tennessee. 

Provided furloughing missionaries with car. 

PLAINS VIEW: Rev. Gary Youell Ordination for Ministry. 

PLEASANT GROVE: Licensed David Hamrick to Gospel ministry. 

POLKVILLE: Record year - over 400 in church enrollment. Buried Time Capsule 

to be opened in the year 2040 - Polkville Baptist Church's 100th birthday. 

POPLAR SPRINGS: Debt was retired on new building. All buildings are now 

completely debt-free. Money was borrowed to pave and landscape parking areas. 

PUTNAM MEMORIAL: Mr. J.R. Webber donated his time and $1000 to 

enlarge the choir loft. 

SANDY PLAINS: Celebrated 125th year anniversary. 

SHELBY FIRST: Building debt retired. Ladies Parlor remodeled. 

UNION: Built new Sunday School building and dedicated it. 

VICTORY: Social building will be finished in 1980. 

WACO: The church bought a 1978 van and sold the old church bus. Many 

groups in the church are enjoying using the van. 

WALLACE GROVE: Fellowship building built. Installed air conditioning. 

ZOAR: Church budget was approved for 1980-1981 which included $20 per week 

designated for Don and Karen Clarke, Campus Crusade for Christ missionaries 

appointed to Africa. The Church employed Joey Costner, III as Music Director 

and also Mrs. Carolyn Duncan as Youth Director. 



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PROCEEDINGS 

PATTERSON GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 21, 1980 

Tuesday Afternoon 

L Mr !i ^^ ie Horne rendered a program of music as messengers and visitors 
f ffifif? erson Grove Baptist Church, Kings Mountain, North ™k ? na 

? Si* r Ua ^f SS10n of the Kin « s Mountain Baptist Association 
2. Moderator Dan Jolly called the meeting to order at 3 P M 

3 Mr. Bob Dills, Minister of Music at First Baptist Church, Shelby, led the 
the S!° n m Smgmg G ° d BC thC G1 ° ry '" accom P anied *y Mrs Horne at 

4 Reverend Kenneth Lynch, pastor of New Buffalo Baptist Church opened bv 

church KS: Reverend Raymond Shumpertj pastor of ^ ViSSSS 

5. Reverend Don Ledbetter, pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church, brought a 
recommcndaupn from the Order of Business Committee that the program be 
accepted as printed and approved and made the motion to that effect. Reverend 
Ned Buckner seconded the motion and it was approved 

D,n Tniit P T v! ntment ° f the Committee on Committees was read by Moderator 
Dan Jolly. This committee will be: Reverend Ken Walters, Chairman; Reverend 
Wilson Padgett; Reverend Clyde Bearden; Mrs. Glenda Greene; Mrs. Rebekah 

Z£Z eT Z nd N - d | uc T kner brou S ht before the association the proposed consti- 

o lows t a m n e g nH in ^ B T y ,' L ^ W IV ' Se ^ 0n 4 ." ° Uties of the FinanccCommittSTi 

7 n S g a ^S? *u l m ^ CQ Committee ' composed of six members, two 

trrr g o^e^n Wlth thC Tr — •■• ' ™ s —dment will be voted on in 

8. Dr. Wyan Washburn gave the Historian's report, mentioning that several 

churches are celebrating "birthdays," some of which'are at leasts )1M I year 

S5J2 fi? r / commended th at each church write their history so that it might be 

shared with future generations. B 

hl'J?ni e lf 0T ? a A J ° lly asked that enrollmen t cards be completed by those who 
have not already done so, and they were collected 

10 Christian Social Ministries Director Bob Davis, gave his report which 
included a list of several new ministries that we are starting within ou ^ as focSon 
in the near future. He also urged each church to elect CSM Representatives and 
foZf, d U l° f our CSM theme -To Touch the Hurt.- Mr ^^2 
found elsewhere in this volume. 

Cn^Zl^v " Ledbette u r moved that Mr. Carlos Young give the report on our 
Cooperative Program at this time, since we were running ahead of schedule. 
After the second, and approving of the motion, Mr. Young gave the report 
mentioning that you don't give TO the Cooperative Program but THROUGH 

12. Dan Jolly, Moderator, recognized Reverend Marion Adams, pastor of Lily 
alfcmoTn *' h *** ° Ur Vice " Moderator ' t0 moderate the rest ofthe 

accSed^ t™^^T^^ ' a ^ l L ° Ve " Hear '' 

J^rtt^ " The Lord is My Shepherd '' accompanied *y Jerri 

15. Mrs. Elizabeth Walters, Chairperson for the CSM Committee, came to give 
^ToT^sZmy mtmn SOdaI MiniStry ' ShC Stated that CSM is the scou < 



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16. Reverend Royce Ballew was recognized to give the Sunday School report. He 
reported that the downward trend in our Sunday School enrollment and attend- 
ance has ended. Figures show an increase in both these areas as shown on a graph 
he shared with us. This report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

17. Reverend Broadus Heatherly, pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, gave the 
Church Training report. Reverend Heatherly has served as Church Training 
Director for the Association for four years. He reminded us of the International 
Banquet to be held at Gardner-Webb College. 

18. Director of Missions Cline Borders recognized and welcomed these new 
pastors and staff members: Raymond Shumpert - pastor, Oak View; David 
Gordon - pastor, New Hope; Paul Silver - pastor, Faith; Mike Goudelock - 
pastor, Oak Grove; Frank Monroe - pastor, Temple; Kenneth Lynch - pastor, 
New Buffalo; Bobby Gantt - pastor, Grover First; Keith Dixon - Minister of 
Education, Boiling Springs; Judy Franks - part-time secretary, associational 
office. 

He also recognized Mr. J.Y. Roper who was attending the Annual Meeting 
for the 39th consecutive year. It was noted that Mrs. G.G. Rollins was ill and 
could not attend the meeting. Mrs. Rollins had attended 41 Annual Meetings 
through last year. Mr. Borders reported that Mrs. Mae Petty, associational office 
manager, was ill but improving. Mr. Clint Newton, Jr., was recognized as a 
visitor with Mr. Carlos Young. 

19. Reverend Ed Sessom, pastor of Flint Hill Baptist Church, gave the Member- 
ship Committee report. Pathway Mission, located south of Kings Mountain, was 
recognized for its work. He moved that Christian Freedom Baptist Church, 
whose pastor is Reverend Eddie Grigg, be accepted into the Association. Mai 
Schuman seconded the motion and it was passed enthusiastically. 

20. The Executive Board report was given by Joe Cabaniss, Secretary-Treasurer. 
He stated that 70 of our 72 churches have returned their church letters as of 
today. One of the highlights of the associational year was the approval of the bid 
for our new associational building. He invited everyone that has an interest to 
attend the Executive Board meetings. He announced that there are 318 in attend- 
ance today at this time. 

21. The Moderator's message was given at this time by Reverend Dan Jolly, 
pastor of Zoar Baptist Church for the past eleven years. He gave thanks to all 
who have helped him while serving as Moderator. The theme for his message was 
from Proverbs - "where there is no vision, the people perish." He said that each 
of us in the Association is responsible for the destiny of others. We need to see 
the needs of humanity and have compassion enough to help by sharing God's 
love. He ended his message with a prayer for us to make God's business our 
business. 

22. Benedition, with directions and thanks for the evening meal were given by 
Reverend Richard Plyler, host pastor. 

Tuesday Evening 

23. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing "On Calvary," "He Lives" and 
"How Great Thou Art" before the evening session began. 

24. Reverend Jolly introduced Mrs. Marie Home, who accompanied the congre- 
gational singing of "Blessed Assurance," led by Allen Jolley. 

25. Reverend Mike Goudelock, pastor of Oak Grove Baptist Church, read the 
Scripture, taken from the 9th chapter of Matthew and I Corinthians, the 3rd 
chapter. 

26. Reverend Joel Jenkins, Jr., pastor of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, led in 
prayer. 

27. Cline W. Borders, Director of Missions, gave his report. That report is found 
elsewhere in this volume. He reported that significant new ministries were being 

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added to the ministry of the association and challenged messengers to become 
involved in meeting human needs here at home. 

28. Rev. Frank Monroe, pastor of Temple Baptist Church, commended Reverend 
Borders, and suggested that the group in attendance stand in appreciation for his 
ministry. There was a hearty round of applause at this time also 

29 Reverend Jerry King, chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the 
budget. Copies had been distributed as the messengers arrived. Mr. King moved 
the adoption of the budget. Bill McDaniel seconded the motion and the motion 
carried. 

30 Reverend Richard Plyler, pastor of Patterson Grove Baptist Church, and 
f p ™ of the General Building Committee, gave the Building Committee 
report. That report is found elsehwere in this volume. He expressed appreciation 
to the members of the Building Committee for their work and cooperation and 
asked that messengers return to their churches and spread the word that their 
building is becoming a reality. 

r 3 inn^ e f^ d n^ SOn " ellS - *** ? ' ° f ***" Dam Ba P tiSt ChUrCh ' 8™ the 

volume ° rdlnatl0n Committee. This report is found elsewhere in this 

32. Allen Jolley led the congregation in singing, "He Keeps Me Singing " He 
then introduced Kathy Hamrick, who rendered "Victory in Jesus" using hand 
bells^ She was accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. Beth Hamrick. 

33. Reverend Borders introduced Reverend Sam Pittman, Liaison for Associa- 
tional Missions for the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion, who spoke on the strategic position of associational missions. He related 
numerous kinds of vocational skills that are now needed from volunteers. He 
chose his scripture from Matthew 28:16-20. He expressed greetings from the 
Foreign Mission Board and appreciation for the excellent report of the Associa- 
tion in giving to the Cooperative Program and other designated gifts. He stressed 
the support of Bold Missions Thrust through the association, state, nation and 
overseas. He emphasized that churches appoint missionaries, and those mission- 
aires represent the churches, not the Foreign Mission Board. We now have 3 065 
missionaries serving in 95 countries of the world 

34. Reverend David Gordon, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church, gave the 



Wednesday Morning 
October 22, 1980 

11' I h u ™? i0 w Was called t0 order b y Moderator Dan Jolly at 9:30 A M 
36 Bob Dills, Minister of Music at First Baptist Church, Shelby, led the congre- 
gation in singing "O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing " 
II' *5 verend Bobb y Gant t read scripture from Philippians 4:4-13 
Baptist Church 8 ^^ ^ ^ ^ ReVerend Glenn Short ' P astor of Highland 
39 Mr. Joe Cabaniss, Treasurer, was recognized by Moderator Dan Jolly Mr 
Cabaniss presented a motion to secure a loan for the new building. "Be it 
Sl?H mgS Mountain Ba P tist Association mortgage, encumber and 
Mnnn^ tt?^^ t0 , the Home Savin S s and Loan Association of Kings 

wZ Sh ?°£ h ?^ a ' aU ° f itS real estate located on the North side of 
Wyke Road, Cleveland County, North Carolina, for the purpose of borrowing 
the sum not exceeding One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) Dollars from 
r^f^w 88 T, L °u n Associati on at the current prevailing negotiated annual 
SSffSnS^ a? C construction of a " office facility. That all of the necessary 
nn hZff f tl! documents Pertaining to the borrowing of said amount be signed 
on behalf of the Association by the duly elected Trustees for the 1980-1981 term. 

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The Trusttes are: T.S. Putnam, Fred Flowers, and Bob Hambright." Reverend 
Ned Buckner seconded this motion. It was approved. Mr. Cabaniss also stated 
that the Special Gifts Committee has received 24 shares of Independence 
National Bank stock to sell, and made the following motion: "Be it further 
resolved, that twenty-four (24) shares of Independence National Bank, being 
Share Certificate No. U 26253, is sold for the sum of $15.50 per share, and that 
Fred A. Flowers, a Trustee of the Association is hereby authorized to sign on 
behalf of this Association for the purpose of transferring same to the Purchaser." 
This motion was seconded by Reverend Sam Murphy. It was approved. Mr. Fred 
Flowers, Trustee, will accomplish this action. 

40. At this time, Reverend Broadus Heatherly moved to dedicate the Minutes of 
this Annual Meeting to the memory of Mrs. Mae Petty, our associational 
secretary for the past twelve years, who died suddenly last night. This motion was 
seconded by Reverend Clyde Bearden, and approved. 

41. The following organizational reports were made: 
Brotherhood - Willard Boyles 

WMU - Beth Hamrick 

Music - Bob Dills 

Media Center - Doris Borders for Bonnie Price 

These reports are found elsewhere in this volume. 

42. Moderator Dan Jolly presided for the election of officers. Reverend C.A. 
Kirby, Jr. nominated our oresent vice-moderator, Marion Adams, as moderator. 
Reverend Broadus Heatherly nominated Oren Wyatt as moderator. Ned Buckner 
moved to close the nominations. This was seconded and the nominations were 
closed. The vote was taken and Reverend Marion Adams was elected the new 
moderator. 

Reverend Ned Buckner nomianted Bruce Rabon as vice-moderator. Clyde 
Chapman nominated Clyde Bearden. Oliver Price moved to close the nomina- 
tions. Ned Buckner seconded. The vote was taken and Reverend Clyde Bearden, 
pastor of Kings Mountain First was elected the new vice-moderator. 

Reverend James Rice nominated Joe Cabaniss for clerk-treasurer. Don Led- 
better moved that we elect Mr. Cabaniss by affirmation. Mai Schuman seconded 
this. Mr. Cabaniss was elected as the new clerk-treasurer. 

43. The report on enrollment was given by Mr. Joe Cabaniss. Last evening we 
had 53 + in attendance, which made a total for Tuesday of 371. Today we have 
202. 

44. The report of the Committee on Committees was given by Linda Sweezy. She 
moved that they be accepted. Jim Rice seconded and approved. Mrs. Sweezy also 
announced that the Special Gifts Committee is enlarged from three to fifteen 
members. 

45. Reverend Wade Dellinger gave the report of the Christian Life Committee. 
He made the motion that all reports be accepted as a part of our Minutes. Ned 
Buckner seconded this motion. The motion carried. 

46. Bob Dills led us in singing "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." 

47. The constitutional change in By-Laws IV, Section-Duties of the Finance 
Committee, was presented by Ned Buckner, who moved that it be approved. 
C.A. Kirby, Jr. seconded the motion and it was approved. 

48. Reverend Harvey Beeler, pastor of Patterson Springs, brought the report of 
the Resolutions Committee. This report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

49. Reverend Cline Borders was recognized by the Moderator. He then presented 
Dan Jolly, Moderator for 1978-1980, with a plaque in appreciation for his service 
for past two years. 

50. Reverend CO. Greene, pastor of Norman's Grove, reported that two 
ministers, 13 deacons, and 202 members of our Baptist churches have died during 
the year. This Memorials report is found elsewhere in this volume. 

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51. Representatives of convention agencies were recognized at this time. Those 
recognized included: Ernest Glass, Wake Forest College; John Linderman 
Denominations/Church Relations; Tom Sawyer, Mars Hill; Vernon Camp 
Ridgecrest; Charlene Scott, Gardner-Webb College; Dana Jenkins, Childrens 5 
Home; Calvin Knight, Baptist Hospital; Hugh Starnes, Homes for the Aging 
52 Mr. Carlos Young gave the Biblical Recorder report. This is found elsewhere 
in this volume. 

53. Dan Jolly introduced our new associational officers and pictures were made 
for the newspapers. 

54. Bob Dills introduced Clyde Buckner, Minister of Music at Poplar Springs 
Mr. Buckner sang a solo, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Marie Home 

55. Reverend Earl Redding, pastor of Love Valley Baptist Church for 36 years 
preached the annual sermon. He used Acts 3:1-8 as his scripture reference The 
theme of his message was that Christ is our only hope 

56. Reverend Gary Youell, pastor of Plains View Baptist Church, gave the 
benediction. b 

II' Su 11 J ° lly P resented the § avel to the moderator, Marion Adams 
58. The meeting was declared adjourned by Moderator Dan Jolly. 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

130th Annual Session 

October 21-22, 1980 

Patterson Grove Baptist Church 



Tuesday Afternoon 

3:00 Hymn of Praise Bob Dm 

& UFe KenL y" ch 

3:10 Organization Raymond Shumpert 

Report of Order of Business Committee Don Ledbetter 

Appointment of Committees nan Tnllv 



3 ™ SI £ onsti ( ,utio D nal ? an s es ...'.'.'.::::: Ned Buekn er 

3.30 Report of Executive Board JoeCahaniss 

3:40 Historian's Report / ^ / / .' / .\ Wyan WaXn 

3:50 Report of Committee on Enrollment j oe Cabaniss 

3:55 Christian Social Ministries Report R n h rwk 

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4:20 Report of Organizations 

rhnt a h y T Ch001 RoyeeBallew 

4-4n w i ?'T g ;■/••■ Broadus Heatherly 

An ^ u me u° ^ ew Mmisters and Staff Members Cline Borders 

5-m m^I , Sh ' P S ommittee Re P°« Ed Sessom 

j.Oi) Moderator s Mes^aap ^ , ,, 



' Membership Committee Report Ed 

' Messa S e .'.' ■'.'.'■'.'. Dan JoTfy 

5.30 Benedict,on Richard Plyler 



Tuesday Evening 

7:30 Hymn of Praise Bob mh 

Scripture MikeGoudelock 

Frayer Joel Jenkins, Jr. 

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7:45 Director of Missions' Report Cline Borders 

8:00 Finance Committee Report Jerry King 

8:05 General Building Committee Report Richard Plyer 

8:15 Ordination Committee Report Paul Sorrells 

8:20 Hymn of Praise Bob Dills 

8:25 Special Music 

8:30 Message Sam Pittman 

9:00 Benediction David Gordon 

Wednesday Morning 

9:30 Hymn of Praise Bob Dills 

Scripture Bobby Gantt 

Prayer Glenn Short 

9:40 Business and Announcements Dan Jolly 

9:45 Organizational Reports 

Baptist Men Willard Boyles 

WMU Beth Hamrick 

Music Bob Dills 

10:10 Library Council Chairman's Report Bonnie Price 

10:15 Election of Officers Dan Jolly 

10:25 Report of Enrollment Joe Cabaniss 

10:30 Report of Committee on Committees Linda Sweezy 

10:35 Report of Christian Life Committee Wade Dellinger 

10:40 Hymn of Praise Bob Dills 

10:45 Proposed Constitutional Changes Ned Buckner 

1 1 :00 Resolutions Committee Report Harvey Beeler 

1 1 :05 Memorials CO. Greene 

11:10 Recognition of Convention Agencies 

Introduction of New Associational Officers Dan Jolly 

1 1 :25 Special Music 

1 1 :30 Annual Sermon Earl Redding 

1 1 :55 Benediction Gary Youell 

12:00 Adjourn 



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Mrs Borders and I continue to enjoy participating and leading Marriage 
Enrichment Retreats for the churches within our Association and churches in 
other associations as well. The Foreign Mission Prayer Breakfast was a real 
spiritual blessing to the men and boys who came to First Baptist last year to hear 

John Mills. . tn „ n , 

We added a new dimension to our ministry when in 1979 we began a prayer 
breakfast for the personnel of the midway of our Cleveland County Fair The 
Lord has honored our efforts at this breakfast with a real awareness of His 
presence both years. . . 

It was an historic moment as we gathered at our associational site tor the 
ground breaking service for the new associational building. Kings Mountain 
Baptist Association has turned many corners and here was another that indicates 
the growing, expanding ministry of the 72 churches that constitute this associa- 
tion I was at the head of the line pulling the rope and Richard Plyler was at the 
plow breaking the ground. There were so many people present I could not teel 
the pressure of the plow in the ground as we moved together. To me, this was a 
parable of how having many hands to help with a task makes it easy. I continue 
to be grateful, so very grateful, for the many volunteers and able pastors who 
give leadership to the program of Kings Mountain Association. Mrs. Judy Allen 
and Miss Mary Sue Thompson operate our tape duplicating machine each week, 
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poston help in getting our mailouts together. These are 
vital ministries, and we thank you. 

As we look to the future, I am anticipating the report of our Long Range 
Planning Committee, which is chaired by Reverend Paul Sorrells. This co- 
mmittee, when it has completed its work and reported to the asssociation, will no 
doubt set the pattern for associational activity for the next five to ten years. 

We will all be watching the new associational building as it grows up out ot 
ground I assure you that the associational staff is looking forward with great 
anticipation to having a more adequate and enlarged facility in which to express 
the ministry of the Kings Mountain Association. This facility will greatly magnify 
and multiply the ministry of the association and make it possible for us to meet 
more human need. 

Please hear me when I say to you, I am very pleased to be the Director ot 
Misisons for the Kings Mountain Baptist Association as we continue to turn 
corners that magnify our Lord. 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES - ANNUAL REPORT 

We have had a busy year in our Christian Social Ministry work. This is made 
possible through your growing interest in involvement in associational missions. 
We continue to see a vision of personal involvement in the hurt of the people of 
Cleveland County. I commend you for your interest in sharing Christ's love for 
these special ministries that are a part of your Christian growth, and encourage 
you to continue to have a growing vision of sharing the love of Christ in more 
personal ways. 

In our Juvenile Court Ministry, we began a Minister's Day in Court program. 
Six ministers have been involved in this. They attend court on a rotating basis 
and are available to work with families of the youth and court personnel. We 
arranged for two trips for youthful offenders and their counselors to visit the 
Western Carolina Correctional Center at Morganton and observe the "Final 
Step" program. A three-day camping experience was provided in April with 
nineteen persons attending. Three church groups assisted. Summer camp was 
held August 4-8 at South Mountain Christian Youth Camp, with fifteen people 
attending. A Christmas Social was sponsored by the Acteens of Boiling Springs 
Baptist Church. Twenty-six people from the court attended. In April, five 
churches provided refreshments for a picnic at Kings Mountain State Park. 

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classes were held for ^venrcourtvonfh 1 8nCe - In Novem ber, macrame 
was nineteen. ° Urt y ° Uth - Avera « e ^tendance for these classes 

*2wZE!£ otSJS^ over the y r • The YokefeI >- 

Twenty-eight church group ass sted W " h n a " av . era 8 e ,f"»dance of forty-three, 
refreshments. During the year t tv fhrZ £1 ° l" 8 u^™ baked S oodies for 
and decisions for Sto^^V^fL^ Served *? this m ™«ry 
One hundred ninty scrip^^t^S^^^^^ fiftieS - 

churches helped wTh thfpacS of °ht IT'"' 8 , ^ J°, U ?. g people from si * 
counseling and profiramrThTn,mhl?c Y e men are rece P tiv e to religious 

the season, three cXieretti^d^FmvtreeVriS "" " *?* held - Durin * 
Care Kits were delivered Union and l <!,„h Im S > crl P. ture P°rt">ns and Health 
with two of the camo i 'and mnrtlJ L V Pla ' ns ^Ptist churches were involved 

was attended by twefve w h» e nLrtiS to Teach Th/k^ B r aPtiSt ° f Shdby 
met twice this year certitieo to teach. The County Literacy Council 

Needs in these areas are 1™ iZ n • T ° nS 0n the ass °«ation level, 
already learning of peoplTo To "othafeTef n" aPPr ,? aCh ° f winter ' we are 

continue to share K^uTl^ KttST 1 ""*— aS « 
M^SSSn^^^t 1 thC year ° f ,he Christia « Social 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT 
1979 - 1980 

Four regular quarterly meetings of the Executive Board were held during the 
past church year. Our meetings were held on Monday evenings after the third 
Sunday, the months of October, January, April and July. Each of our meetings 
was well attended by members from our churches. Our church host for the 
meetings were: October- West view; January-Zoar; April-Piedmont; July-Latt- 
imore. A special meeting was held September 9, 1980 with Eastside Church, 
Shelby as host. 

Various reports of committees were received, in addition to routine matters, 
major items of information and recommendations were approved by the Execu- 
tive Board. Some of the items were: 

1. Approved relocation of Association office to more adequate space on East 
Marion Street, Shelby. Rental cost of space in the amount of $250.00 per month. 

2. Approved a recommendation to invite Fraternal Messengers from the 
Ebenezer Association to attend our annual meeting. 

3. Approved the continuing program of our Baptist men in sponsoring a 
special program and breakfast for personnel appearing at the Cleveland County 
Fair. 

4. Approved the awarding of a contract to Mr. T.C. Strickland, Jr. for 
construction of office building to be utilized by our Association for the sum of 
$269,212.00, according to plans and specifications approved by the General 
Building Committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph E. Cabaniss, Clerk-Treasurer 



SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 
1979 - 1980 

Wonderful is the word for this year's Sunday School report! After several 
years of decline, I am thrilled to say that the downward trend has been reversed. 
With seventy (70) churches reporting, we see an increase of 427 in Sunday School 
enrollment from last year giving an enrollment figure of 17,679. 

Average weekly attendance has increased by 350 to 9,462 this past year. 

Since the Sunday School is also the one organization in the church charged 
with the responsibility of church outreach, we must also look at the number of 
baptisms since the result of effective outreach is new souls in the Kingdom. This 
figure also shows a tremendous increase of 123 from last year with a total of 608 
baptisms reported in 64 of our churches. 

The Sunday School Board is recognizing growth by giving awards to the fastest 
growing Sunday School in four categories: 

1. The Sunday School having the largest numerical increase in enrollment 
during the church year, 2. The Sunday School having the largest percentage 
increase in enrollment during the church year. 3. The Sunday School having the 
largest numerical increase in average weekly attendance during the church year, 
and 4. The Sunday School having the largest percentage increase in average 
weekly attendance during the church year. 

Pleasant Ridge, where David Webb is the Sunday School Director and Joel 
Jenkins, Jr. the pastor has reported a numerical increase of 130 in enrollment at 
95 in average weekly attendance. 

Northside Baptist in Shelby; Gary McNeilly, Sunday School Director and 
Stanley Webb pastor; reports an increase in enrollment of 123% and an increase 
in average weekly attendance of 100%. 

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Activities of your Associational Sunday School Imnrnvement q„«™^ t 
have included an ontreach clinic in March lea b ^ohn HunTer anj acScuZ 
Workshop in September led by Dr. Alice Culinan. Your ™am ha falso worked 

UeltZt^i^ '" WOrk ?° PS 3nd Clinics within thetndSaT huZes 
ha ? % 3S thlS rep0rt 1S> the task is sti " 8 rea t as Nehemiah said If we are to 
SundavVrn, PerCen i a f ° f th£ C ° Unty ' S P°P«'ation enrolled and attend ng our 

ac T hte P %t ^rou'r ^" ^ ~ ^ * — » *SttA 



Joyfully submitted, 

Royce Ballew, Sunday School Director 



ASSOCIATIONAL CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 

rh \ C » UTCh Trainin S Program is responsible for four maior area, of th, 

church. It ,s strongly recommended that the four basic areas not be neglected 
SUMMARY OF EVENTS 

eve T n h t:,hr y ea a r ti0nal ChUrCh Training Pr ° gram partid P ated * the following 

1. Hosted a banquet for International Students and MK'sat Gardner Wehh 
2 £&* I979 and again February 1980 ^^-Webb 

2. Held M-Night Service in November 1979 

a u,^ med in State and Associational Key Leadership Conferences 
?™ As f socla,lonal Bible Drills for youth and children Had severa" from the 

virCh cTohnf Re8i0nal COnVenti0 " and Kble WnKSK 
5 ' rtquesf ^^ ^^ ^ thek '° Cal Churc " Training Program at their 

Respectfully submitted, 
Broadus Heatherly, Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

em^ '^iX±n7 1979 " 198 ° Wa§ Life " Cha ^ in g Commitments. This 
rnrJmS™ Y Ilfe " chan g ln g commitments on the part of all church members 
curTu u^ n a S nH° aCCCPt PerS ° na ! accounta bility for world missions All W ™M U 
™^Z:?^ ** "« -lated - Life-Chan^ 

rUll flFSt activity sponsored by the Associational W.M.U. was the Leadershin 

Aaddona C ne a W H Ch v W f Shdd at EHzabeth Ch "reh. September 17 18 W 
Reco c \kI}Z I ' ram ' I, « was P r °vided at an Enlistment - Enlargemen and 

r :"?" 8 wor kshop held at Eastside Baptist Church, Shelby, on January 
29. An activities workshop for Mission Friends leaders was also conducted 

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During the year each age-level organization has participated in various 
activities. In November the G.A.'s held an overnight "Missions Lock-in" and in 
February, a banquet for members and leaders. A Day Camp for girls, grades 1-3, 
was held in June. A Camp for G.A.'s, grades 4-6, was held at Gardner- Webb 
College, July 14-18. The camp was directed by Martha Madden and Linda Ellis 
and was staffed by young women from our associational churches. 

The Acteens formed an Associational Acteens Council. Activities for the year 
included a talent show and a prayer retreat. 

Baptist Young Women held regular quarterly meetings. 

Baptist Women held a covered-dish supper on February 21st at First Baptist 
Church, Shelby. The occasion was planned in honor of Jean Teague, a Cleveland 
County native who had recently returned from the Mission Field in Gaza. 

On March 15th, forty- five W.M.U. members travelled by chartered bus to 
Winston-Salem to attend the state W.M.Y. Convention. This was a day of good 
fellowship and inspiration. 

The annual spring meeting was held April 15th at Temple Baptist Church, 
Kings Mountain. Miss Martha Franks, retired missionary was the speaker. A 
youth handbell choir from First Baptist Church, Shelby, provided special music. 

During the year the W.M.U. council has met regularly to plan and promote 
associational W.M.U. work. Council members have attended training con- 
ferences at Ridgecrest and have assisted churches in starting new W.M.U. 
organizations. The council has continued to send a quarterly newsletter to 
pastors and W.M.U. leaders. 

Our associational W.M.U. has been recognized as a Distinguished W.M.U. for 
the year 1978-79. This is the highest level of achievement and was attained 
through the efforts of many people and through the support of the association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Beth Hamrick 
W.M.U. Director 



REPORT OF BAPTIST MEN 

We have had a good year, but not as good as last year, but we are pleased with 
what did take place. 

We had John E. Mills, Secretary from West Africa as our Speaker for the 
Missions Breakfast on November 18, 1979, with about 200 attending. This was 
for Foreign Missions. We did not have a Home Missions Breakfast this year. 

The most rewarding project undertaken was the second Prayer Breakfast for 
the workers that travel with the shows that came to Cleveland County Fair. I 
checked with those people and they feel this was a worthwhile meeting to them, 
because they are not exposed to religion throughout the year. The management 
of the rides and shows also were very pleased, and I think those people who put 
this on received a great Blessing from it. 

I was very pleased with the help and co-operation we got from everyone. Three 
of the eating stands helped prepare the food, and all the food was donated. After 
the meal and services were over we asked the ministers to stand where the people 
could talk to them and all were busy for sometime. Everyone is looking forward 
to this same thing again next year. Invitations will be extended to some of you to 
help with this next year, please be much in prayer for it. 

November 23, 1980 we will have a Foreign Missions Breakfast with Davis 
Saunders as our guest speaker at the First Baptist Church in Shelby at 7 o'clock 
A.M. We will be looking for you. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Willard Boyles 

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MUSIC REPORT 

The churches of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association are vitally interested 
in developing a progressive music ministry that provides both training and 
participation. This was so evident in the PraisFest 80 that we recently enjoyed 
and shared with the Gaston and South Fork Associations. A total of 363 music 
directors and choir members from the three associations met at the First Baptist 
Church of Cherryville for two nights of class instruction and a choral workshop. 
Because PraisFest 80 was so popular and beneficial, music leaders from the 
churches of Kings Mountain Association, in an annual planning session, 
requested that a similiar clinic be conducted next year in our own association. 
Plans are now being formulated for such an event. 

Many fine opportunities for continued growth for choirs, leaders, and hand- 
bell groups are offered through our State Baptist Convention in the way of 
festivals, special workshops, and camps. As your associational music director, I 
encourage you to take advantage of the programs that are tailored to your 
particular interest and need. Perhaps one of the finest and most informative 
programs is the retreat for the volunteer music leader held annually at Caraway. 

Another facet of work that is being developed on the associational level is that 
of zone directors. Zone directors are music directors from the various church 
groups chosen to serve that particular group. These directors and the associ- 
ational director will coordinate and support the total music ministry of the 
association. A list of the zone directors will soon be available. It is believed that 
this plan will give greater assistance to our churches, with the purpose of 
establishing a stronger and more effective witness through music. 

It is to this end that we pledge our support and our prayers. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bob Dills 



MEMORIALS 

Kings Mountain Baptist Association 
October 22, 1980 

This is a poignant experience for me at this time. Mae Petty is dead. Surely she 
was one of God's choicest. 

One of my teachers at Wake Forest used to say to his classes in Religion: 
"Young gentlemen, remember that as we grow older we tend to live in to spheres, 
memory and hope. And remember, too, that when you come to old age the only 
thing you'll have in memory's bag is what you are putting into it now." 

Let's look at that for a moment. 

This morning, whether we be young, middle-aged or old, we are rememb- 
ering... the two preachers who have died since last we met, the thirteen deacons, 
the 202 old faithful ones. They have joined "the innumerable caravan which 
moves to that mysterious realm where each shall take his chamber in the silent 
halls of death." 

We remember them as persons, irreplacable persons; we remember them in all 
their relationships: in the home, in the church, in the community, and as citizens 
of this great country. We remember them and rejoice that along the way our 
memory bag was so filled that we could come to this hour with a certain sense of 
sorrow that they are no longer with us, but also with a sense of joy that we had 
the privilege of walking hand in hand with them along the straight and narrow 
way that leads at last to home. 

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And we rejoice in hope... hope that we shall be reunited with them when our 
summons comes: hope that we shall know our loved ones in that 'city not made 
with hands, eternal in the heavens,' hope that they are now in the presence of the 
Saviour who died for them and for us. At times it seems that we can almost hear 
them as they gather around the throne and join in the song of Moses and the 
Lamb. We rejoice also in the hope that death no longer has any mastery over 
them, for "God is our hope and strength." And we can rest securely on the 
promise of our Saviour Himself who said, "Because I live, you shall live also." 
John Donne has expressed it well: 

"Death, be not proud, though some have called thee mighty and 

dreadful, for, thou art not so, for, those whom thou thinkest thou 

dost overthrow, die not. Poor death! 

One short sleep past, we wake eternally and death shall be no more; 

death, thou shalt die." 
And so, with our precious memories and our blessed hope, may we bow in a 
moment of silence in tribute to them, and in gratitude to God that we were 
privileged to know and love them for awhile. 

Prayer: 

"Loving Father, we call to remembrance the life and works of those who toiled 
so faithfully in your vineyard, and, who, at the close of life's day have ceased 
from their labors and their works do follow them. But we also rejoice in the hope 
that you've given us that one day we shall see them again in that blessed land 
where there shall be no more parting. 

In the name of Him who makes it all possible, even Christ, our Lord." Amen. 



RESOLUTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

Be it resolved that we, the messengers to this the 130th Annual Meeting of the 
Kings Mountain Baptist Association: 

Express our appreciation to the host Church, Patterson Grove Baptist Church, 
to the pastor and staff who so graciously welcomed and received us as we used 
their church facilities. 

Express appreciation for the bountiful meal to the churches of the Kings 
Mountain group: Christian Freedom, David, Eastside (KM), Faith, Kings 
Mountain, Kings Mountain First, Kings Mountain Second, Macedonia, New 
Camp's Creek, Oak Grove, Oak View, Patterson Grove, Piedmont, Temple and 
Westover. 

Express our thanks to the Order of Business Committee, Rev. Don Ledbetter, 
Chairman, for a program of inspiration and information, to those within the 
Kings Mountain Association serving on the program; to Sam Pittman and Earl 
Redding for their sharing with us during this event. 

Commend Dan Jolly, Moderator, and Marion Adams for their efficiency in 
guiding us through this session and to Clerk Joseph Cabaniss for his accurate 
recordings of the proceedings. 

Acknowledge the good work of all officers and committees who served during 
the past year, especially the Association Building Committee, Richard Plyler, 
Chairman, for their fine work, and covenant to pray and work with those elected 
for the New Year. 

Express appreciation to the Director of Missions, Cline Borders, for his 
leadership, guidance, vision, patience, and wisdom during the year and to the 
secretarial help which made his work a little easier. 

Express our appreciation and love to Mrs. Mae Petty for her faithfulness in 
that position by dedicating our minutes of this meeting in memory of her and our 
Christian sympathy to her family. 

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And be it resolved that we of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association continue 
enthusiastically to participate in Bold Missions in the evangelizing and congre- 
gationalizing effort aimed at reaching every person within Cleveland County, 
North Carolina, these United States, and our World, with the gospel message of 
Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harvey Beeler, Chairman 
Fred Carter 
Mrs. John Hendrick 



ORDINATION COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Ordination Committee for this year consisted of the Rev. Clyde Bearden, 
Rev. Johnny Bridges, Rev. Ernest Smith, Rev. Oliver Price and Rev. Paul 
Sorrells. Last year, we assisted in the ordination of four persons, and we did the 
same last year. 

On February 23, 1980, the committee, along with the pastor and deacons of 
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, met to examine Mr. Richard Long for the Gospel 
Ministry. 

On April 25, 1980, the committee assisted Double Springs Baptist Church in 
the examination of Mr. Ed Crotts for the Gospel Ministry. 

Westview Baptist Church asked us to assist them in examining Mr. Bruce 
Harless, Jr. for the Gospel Ministry on June 21, 1980. 

And, on September 7, 1980, the Plains View Baptist Church asked us to assist 
them in the examination of their new pastor, Mr. Gary Youell. 

The Committee designed a Certificate of Examination, which we feel ad- 
equately expresses what we try to do as a committee in this association. 

The Committee is keenly aware of the heavy responsibility it bears to require 
Biblical and denominational loyalty, and at the same time, to promote the 
individual freedom and priesthood of each minister. 

Committee members thank you for allowing them this place of service in our 
Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Paul M. Sorrells, Chairman 



LIBRARY ANNUAL REPORT TO ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING 

Our greatest encouragement this year came in the attendance at the Key 
Leadership Conference. Our conference doubled in attendance... from 8 last year 
to 16 this year. 

Two librarians from the Association attended the annual state Media Center 
meeting which was held in Asheville and Black Mountain on April 1 1th and 12th. 
John McCraw of Patterson Springs attended both days, Bonnie Price the second 
day. 

Mrs. Lucille Kelly and I have continued to work on the 1500 books in the 
Associational Media Center. All are ready to be checked out. A few are yet to be 
classified. We have recently started to work in the Beaver Dam Church library. 
We are ready to help in any church that asks us to assist. 

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About half of the churches in our Association have libraries. New Hope 
Baptist Church sets a good example: Reporting 1,876 books on the shelf and 
1,199 circulated this past year. 

There will be a Classification and Cataloging Seminar held on October 27-31 at 
the Mecklenburg Baptist Building in Charlotte. This seminar will be led by Miss 
Jacquline Anderson of Nashville. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Bonnie R. Price 
Library Council Director 



CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Christian Life Committee met with three members present at our annual 
planning meeting at Eastside Baptist Church. It was voiced by those present and 
by written response from others that the Court Observers program should be 
continued. This program is presently in need of reconstructing and a new intro- 
duction to our community. This program hopefully will then gain the measure of 
success it so richly deserves. 

Another area of concern was the sale and display of pornographic literature in 
our county and city. After spending several days studying the books of both the 
county and city of Shelby, it was found that no ordinances now serve this need. 
After meeting with the Honorable Mayor George Clay of Shelby and Mr. Jack 
Palmer, Jr., Chairman of our County Commissioners, the following results we 
are proud to announce. Maylor Clay went to work with a personal study of the 
problem and involved the Chief of Police and the City Manager of Shelby along 
with the city council members. The results look very promising that our city will 
soon have protection against this form of moral decay. Mr. Palmer took our 
request before the commissioners on Oct. 6, 1980, with the following results. The 
request received a good review and the attorney for the county is now seeking to 
find out all the legal aspects of the request. We will continue to monitor the final 
results of our work. 

The Sunday observance of our local Christmas parade was an area we failed to 
accomplish any success. Monetary loss on the part of the merchants was the 
reason given for the Merchant's Associations refusal to consider anothr day of 
the week. 

We made some tentative study on the possibility of having a conference for the 
special needs of those who have lost their companions. The Christian Life 
Commission in Raleigh voiced encouragement in this area of often neglected 
ministry. 

Finally we are attempting to find a base of operation within our local congre- 
gations. We would like to encourage each congregation to establish a Christian 
Life Committee. Pamplets concerning this committee's structure and functions 
are being mailed to all CSM representatives within our churches. We hope they 
will be received and acted upon accordingly. 

A lot of research and planning have taken place this year. It is our prayers and 
hope that the year 1980-1981 will produce more tangible results. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Diane Ledbetter 

Rev. W.V. Tarlton 

Mrs. Gene Cox 

Mrs. Harold Causby 

Dr. Forrest Feezer 

Rev. Wade Dellinger, Chairman 

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REPORT OF THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

The Membership Committee is a sensitive group acting in a supportive role to 
Churches seeking membership in the Association. It has no authorative power. 
The Committee seeks to help Churches in an advisory capacity supporting their 
efforts to become well established upon good foundations. 

We, of the Committee, have grown and been blessed by working together this 
year. We have met five times. Two of these meetings have included members of 
Pathway Mission and Christian Freedom Baptist Church. One of the meetings 
was at the Pathway Mission meeting site. One of the meetings included our 
Associational Moderator acting as Chairman of the Executive Committee. The 
Director of Missions is always invited to our meetings and has attended four of 
the five meetings. Our Committee suggested to the Chairman of the Constitution 
and By-Laws Committee that the Constitution and By-Laws be studied in the 
areas relating to the Membership Committee. 

Rosedell Baptist Church has dissolved and ceased to be. Our committee, in an 
effort of follow through, received from the Pastor, Rev. Bill McKee, a list of all 
members with addresses and telephone numbers - where known. We mailed or 
called a list of these members to at least three Pastors of their general local. 
Those who have moved some distance from our Association were mailed to the 
Director of Missions in the area to which they moved. 

We have enjoyed working with Pathway Mission, south of Kings Mountain, 
N.C. This Mission is making progress under the leadership of Rev. James 
Hamrick as follows: 

Church Membership 28 

Sunday School Enrollment 34 

Average Sunday School Attendance 24 

VBS Enrollment 55 

Average VBS Enrollment 48 

Average Worship Attendance 30 

Decisions for Christ 12 

Average Weekly Offering $120.00 

Total Building Fund $3,000.00 

It has been a privilege and pleasure to work as a supportive team with this 
Mission. We do trust that their progress will continue. 

We have also cherished our supportive role with Christian Freedom Baptist 
Church. This Church has also made noticeable progress, under the leadership of 
Rev. Eddie Grigg, in building their new House of Worship. This building was 
dedicated this past Sunday, October 19, 1980. It contains 1,500 square feet and 
will accommodate approximately 75-100 members. Other statistics are as follows: 

Church Membership 40 

Sunday School Enrollment 47 

Average Sunday School Attendance 34 

VBS Enrollment 45 

Ave. VBS Attendance 39 

Additions to membership 7 
Average Weekly Of ferings $210.00 

Active Brotherhood and WMU 
Christian Freedom Baptist Church, in a letter to our Committee signed by the 
Pastor and Deacons, makes the following request: 

"Christian Freedom Baptist Church, upon recommendation of the Deacons, 
voted unanimously to request membership into the Kings Mountain Baptist 
Association." 

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After meeting, as a Committee, with members of this Church and discussing 
with them their aims and goals, and realizing their accomplishment of one goal, 
the purchase of land and completion of building - establishing a place of wor- 
ship in the community, the Membership Committee recommends that Christian 
Freedom Baptist Church be accepted into the Kings Mountain Baptist Associa- 
tion at its regular Annual Meeting of October 21-22, 1980. 

Respectfully submitted, 
October 21, 1980 
Mr. Demar Boyles 
Mr. Paul Lancaster 
Rev. Kenneth Walters 
Rev. Stanley Webb 
E.H. Sessom, Chm. 



REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE 

We have examined the accounts of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association, 
maintained by Joseph E. Cabaniss for the year ending September 30, 1980. 

The examination consists of tracing all recorded cash receipts to the bank 
statements and of verifying disbursements on a test basis of examination of 
invoice and canceled checks. 

In our opinion, the statements of receipts and disbursements as shown in the 
report found elsewhere in the volume presents fairly the financial transactions of 
the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for the year ending September 30, 1980. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rylan Redding, Auditor 



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$12,000.00 


3,999.84 


1,200.00 


3,000.00 


1,303.20 


1,906.45 


816.69 


150.00 


$24,376.18 



KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
TREASURER'S REPORT 

October 1, 1979 - September 30, 1980 

Balance on Hand, October 1, 1979 $ 2 241 74 

Received from Churches for Mission Fund 87'oi2 10 

Transferred from Mission Advance Fund 1 '50000 

Basketba11 "tnt'nn 

Mission Tours 7240 00 

Tape Duplicator (Patterson Grove) 1 '200 00 

Emergency and Relief Fund '995 '75 

Prison Ministry 414 * 

International Banquet W™ 

Marriage Retreat jjg'jg 

Refund from Family Life Conference 989 05 

Miscellaneous Income 3 45038 

TOTAL TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR $107,367.46 

DISBURSEMENTS 

DIRECT MISSION MINISTRIES 
Director of Missions: 
Salary 
Housing 
Utilities 
Travel Expense 
Social Security 
Hospitalization 
Retirement 
Christmas Gift 
TOTAL 

CSM Director: 

Salary (from State- $9,846.71) 

(from HMB-3,867.44) 

Association $5,210.33 

? V s . in 8 . 1,510.60 

social Security j 303 59 

Christmas Gift ' 100.00 

$ 8,124.43 
TOTAL DIRECT MINISTRIES $32,500.61 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 
Secretary: 

Salar y $6,500.00 

Insurance 314.93 

Christmas Gift 100.00 

^, , ^ $6,914.93 

Clerk-Treasurer 

Salary $1,392.00 

Christmas Gift 50.00 

$1,442.00 

Office Assistance $6,014.18 

Visual Aids and equipment 22.3 1 

Annual Meeting 264 00 

Beacon 840 ; 00 

Special Mail-outs 300.00 

Convention (DOM) 563 46 

Convention (CSM) 415 00 

Utilities 1,898.80 

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Rent 3,000.00 

Printing Minuies 2,229.40 

Office Supplies 3,558.21 

Maintenance Contracts 328.92 

Telephone 1,218.87 

Mission Advance Fund 19,611 .42 

Office Equipment 1,239.69 

New Building-Miscellaneous 2,479.25 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

MISSION PROJECTS: 
Equipping Conference 
International Banquet 
Brotherhood & RA Leadership 
WMU Leadership 
Evangelism 
Pastor's Conference 
Family Life Conference 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Student Worker 
Prison Ministry 
Community Ministry 
Youth & Family Services 
Literacy Tutoring 
Migrant Ministry 
Emergency Assistance 
Special Olympics 
Meals-Food/life 
Associational Basketball 
Mission Tours 
Miscellaneous 

TOTAL MISSION PROJECTS 

GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Total to be Accounted for 
Disbursements 

BALANCE ON HAND, October 1, 1980 $ 3,169.28 

HISTORY ACCOUNT 



IINISTRIES 


$53,460.44 


231.69 




334.10 




182.81 




500.00 




31.00 




80.00 




1,368.54 




228.35 




75.00 




1,159.68 




572.60 




200.00 




765.59 




512.02 




88.58 




2,668.36 




200.00 




48.12 




1,777.00 




6,602.00 




611.69 






$ 18,237.13 




$104,198.18 


$107,367.46 




104,198.18 





Balance on Hand October 1, 1979 

Earnings 

BALANCE ON HAND Sept. 30, 1980 


$ 2,241.74 
126.17 

$ 2,367.91 


MISSION ADVANCE FUND BALANCE 
October 1, 1979 
Gifts 
Earnings 
Transferred from General Fund 


$31,636.38 

44,417.37 

4,572.63 

9,851.68 


Less Transfer to General Fund 


90,478.06 
1,500.00 


BALANCE ON HAND Sept. 30, 1980 


$88,978.06 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Joseph E. Cabaniss 
Clerk-Treasurer 

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KINGS MOUNTAIN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET 1980-1981 

I. DIRECT MISSION MINISTRIES (Executive Committee) 

A. Director of Missions 

1. Direct Income: 

SSL; $13,200.00 

UtiS M00.00 

mes .1,320.00 

,, c Total Salary 18,920.00 

2. Expense: 

Tray el ^00 m 

Social Security Allowance 7777777! ! 1 [533 00 

„ „ . Total Expense 4 833 00 

3. Fringe Benefits: <W:>.uu 

Hospitalization 1 7?< m 

Retirement ' rw'JX 

Christmas Gift . .7.7.7. 7.7.7.7.7.7. 150 00 

Total Benefits 4,097.00 

Total Cost to Association $27,850.00 

B. Christian Social Ministries Director (DOM) 

1. Direct Income: Total State HMB Assoc. 

?? lai 7 12,829.09 4,347.35 3,556.94 4,924 80 

H ° US f m , g c , 3>34L96 925.01 756.84 1 660.11 

Total Salary 16,171.05 

2. Expense: 

Travel i, 980.00 1,980.00 

Social Security 1,454.61 1,454.61 

Total Expense 3,434.61 

3. Fringe Benefits: 

Retirement 1,795.82 1,795.82 

Hospitalization 1,548.00 774.00 774 00 

Christmas Gift 100.00 100 00 

Total Benefits 3,443.82 

TotaI $23,049.48 Total Cost to Assoc. "$8,139.52 

Total Direct Mission Ministries $35 989.52 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

A. Office Manager-Secretary (DOM) 

I'. ^Benefits; S8 ' 42400 

Life insurance, long term disability dm sn 

Christmas Gift . 7 . .7 .77 .7 .7 .7 .77 100 00 

Total $8,926.50 

B. Clerk-Treasurer (DOM) 

1 • Sa] ary _ 1 503 00 

2. Fringe Benefit-Christmas Gift '.'.7.7.7.7.7. .750.00 

Total $1,553.00 

C. Office Secretarial Assistance at $4.65 per hour . . 5 400 00 

Fringe Benefit: Christmas Gift 7 .7 .7.7 .7.7. .750.00 

Total $5,450.00 

D. Baptist Center (DOM) 

1. Visual Aids & Equip., Media (Ch. of Library) 625 00 

2. Annual Assoc. Meeting & Program (Program Ch.) ?5n'on 

3. Beacon (DOM) 7 . . . .7. . ." .7. ././.V.moO 

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4. Special Mail-outs (DOM) 1,400.00 

5. 'Ministers Only' (DOM) 500.00 

6. Convention, Conferences and Seminars (DOM) 1,250.00 

7. Convention, Conferences and Seminars (CSM) 600.00 

8. Utilities (clerk) 2,000.00 

9. F.I.C.A. (Secretaries) (Clerk) 1,000.00 

10. Printing of Minutes (Clerk) 2,200.00 

11. Rent (Clerk) 3,000.00 

12. Paper & Office Supplies (Office Manager) 4,000.00 

13. Maintenance Contract (Office Manager) 300.00 

14. Telephone (Clerk) 1,500.00 

15. Office Equipment (DOM) 6,000.00 

16. Building Payments (debt retirement) (Clerk) 24,000.00 

Total Administrative Support Ministries $66, 154.50 



III. MISSION PROJECTS 

1 . Church Secretaries - Recognition & Training (DOM) 500.00 

2. Training Equipping Teams, Equipping Conf. (S.Sch.) 

Leadership Training - Ridgecrest, VBS Clinic 1 ,200.00 

3. Ministry to Fair Personnel (DOM) 250.00 

4. International Banquet, Equipping Conf. (Ch. Training) 500.00 

5. Breakfast in support of Foreign Missions, Home-Missions 

Baptist Men's Rally (Brotherhood) 500.00 

6. Assoc. RA Leadership Training, Campcraft, Track Meet, 

Baseball, Volleyball, Pinewood Derby (RA) 500.00 

7. WMU Leadership Training Materials; Ridgecrest Workshop; 
Activities for Acteens, GAs, Mission Friends, Annual Meeting 

(Assoc. WMU Director) 1,000.00 

WMU Mailouts 300.00 

8. Volunteer Music Leadership Training; Musical for Annual 

Assoc. Meeting (Assoc. Music Director) 400.00 

9. Evangelism (Evangelism Committee) 750.00 

10. Seminars for Pastors (DOM) 250.00 

1 1 . Clergy Marriage Enrichment Workshop (DOM) 500.00 

12. Christian Life Committee 500.00 

13. Mission Support Banquet, KMBA (Finance Committee) 500.00 

14. Leadership Training, Ebenezer Assoc. Pastors 500.00 

15. Student Summer Worker (Backyard Bible Clubs; Day Camps, 

Puppets, etc.) 1,750.00 

16. Resort Ministries - Moss Lake, KM State Park (DOM) 200.00 

17. Youth Evange. Strategy (Bapt. Youth/Christ Dir.) 500.00 

18. Purchase Sites for Future Church Dev. (Exec.) 5,000.00 

19. Community Weekday Ministries (CSM) 

a. Big A Clubs (3) - Supplies, refreshments 400.00 

b. Alcohol, Drug Rehab.; materials, supplies 300.00 

c. Aging - Materials, supplies, transportation, 

membership in Council on Aging 400.00 

d. Associational Youth Camp 1 ,000.00 

e. Special Olympics - Gardner-Webb 150.00 

20. Youth and Family Services (CSM) 

a. 5 Retreats for Jr. Hi age Juveniles (1 week camp) 

(food $800; camp rental $250; materials $100) 1,150.00 

b. Ministry to Ex-prisoners, Probationers 250.00 

c. Ministry to Prisoners 1. Prisoners & Families .250.00 

2. Christmas Gift Packages 250.00 

d. Juvenile Court Camp 750.00 

21. Literacy and Tutoring Ministry (CSM) 

a. Materials for two workshops 500.00 

b. Resource materials 75.00 

c. Workshop Leaders (Honorarium $200; Travel $100) 300.00 

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22. Migrant Ministries (CSM) 

a. Materials for training conference * ft ™ 

b. English and Spanish Bibles :xj™ 

c. Supplies for Day Camp and VBS . . . . ' 200 m 

d. Emergency Assistance - Food, clothing, medical treats for 

children on trip to Health Dept 4mm 

23. Emergency Relief Ministry, Approx. 30 families' (CSM) 

a. Food at $25 per family ' 7 _ n „ 

b. Utilities at $25 per family 'f!J-J? 

c. Medicine at $10 per family 2J™ 

d. Rent at $25 per family: ^VV?? 

e. Transients Jji'/vl 

24. Miscellaneous (CSM) 375.00 

a. State, SBC, HMB Personnel expenses ... 200 m 

b. Cookout and Volunteer Appreciation Meeting . . ™o m 

c. Travel; G-W Interns, 2 per semester IZm 

25. New York: a. Singles '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..[ 250 00 

b. Ministry to Terminally 111 .250 00 

c. Refugee Ministry 1 500 00 

Total Mission Projects $28 150 00 

SUMMARY 

I. Direct Mission Ministries ,* ,^ QfiQ 

II. Administrative Support Ministries A 'tcAl 

III. Mission Projects . . ^\\\\\\\" ." .'." ." .' ." .' .' .' ." .* .' .' .' .' .' Is'lSO 00 

Grand Total Budget $130,294.02 

( ) Parenthesis indicates the committee or individual to whom the person is 
tTusTthe funds' C ° mmittee ° r perSOn res P° nsi ^ for the project and authorized 

CHURCH CONTRIBUTIONS -MISSION ACCOUNT 
October 1, 1979 - September 30, 1980 

Church 

Allen Memorial 

Beaver Dam 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Boiling Springs 

Buffalo 

Calvary 

Carpenter's Grove 

Casar 

Christian Freedom 

Churchill Drive 

Community 

David 

Double Shoals 

Double Springs 

Dover 

Eastside, Kings Mountain 

Eastside, Shelby 

Elizabeth 

Elliott Memorial 

Emmanuel 

Faith 

Fallston 

Flint Hill 

Grover First 



Oct.-Dec. 


Jan.. Mar. 


April-June 


July-Sept. 


Total 


$250.00 


103.12 


$121.93 


$245.70 


$720.75 


240.00 


240.00 


240.00 


240.00 


960.00 


.00 


388.74 


.00 


.00 


388.74 


.00 


.00 


150.00 


250.00 


400.00 


659.00 


730.66 


476.65 


934.69 


2,801.00 


750.00 


750.00 


.00 


1,500.00 


3,000.00 


224.88 


458.90 


524.00 


531.81 


1,739.59 


636.55 


449.40 


883.22 


550.37 


2,519.54 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


100.00 


100.00 


200.00 


400.00 


22.90 


70.07 


.00 


146.11 


239.08 


24.06 


86.22 


.00 


81.80 


192.08 


100.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


100.00 


300.00 


.00 


350.00 


350.00 


1,000.00 


400.00 


.00 


400.00 


800.00 


1,600.00 


375.00 


375.00 


.00 


750.00 


1,500.00 


340.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


1,840.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


1,300.00 


.00 


1,300.00 


2,600.00 


1,026.45 


1,140.12 


1,255.93 


1,343.69 


4,766.49 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


137.99 


151.01 


112.95 


106.95 


508.90 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


250.00 


415.79 


415.79 


.00 


1,081.58 


600.00 


.00 


500.00 


500.00 


1,600.00 


369.33 


391.52 


414.97 


385.40 


1,561.22 



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Highland 42.00 42.00 85.33 .00 169.33 

Immanuel .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 

Kings Mountain 450.00 450.00 600.00 450.00 1,950.00 

Kings Mountain First 1,214.21 825.00 825.00 .00 2,864.21 

Kings Mountain Second 380.67 393.66 424.95 297.72 1,497.00 

Lattimore .00 371.15 742.50 371.25 1,485.00 

Lawndale 300.00 300.00 .00 600.00 1,200.00 

Lily Memorial .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 

Love Valley 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 100.00 

Macedonia 630.00 .00 500.00 415.02 1,545.02 

Midview .00 .00 35.00 .00 35.00 

Mount Sinai 200.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 1,100.00 

Mulls Memorial 60.00 60.00 60.00 40.00 220.00 

New Bethel 190.00 92.50 .00 .00 282.50 

New Buffalo .00 250.00 526.60 .00 776.60 

New Camp Creek .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 

New Hope 175.00 498.58 377.73 282.38 1,333.69 

New Prospect 400.00 .00 .00 .00 400.00 

Normans Grove 119.25 92.40 119.77 .00 331.42 

Northside 34.00 170.00 68.00 136.00 408.00 

OakGrove 125.00 250.00 250.00 500.00 1,125.00 

Oak View 70.74 38.73 105.15 189.87 404.49 

Patterson Grove 483.32 666.64 499.98 499.98 2,149.92 

Patterson Springs 666.68 .00 .00 133.32 800.00 

Peach Street .00 45.00 .00 75.00 120.00 

Piedmont 327.51 425.78 347.17 327.27 1,427.73 

Plains View 118.77 247.25 .00 303.78 669.80 

Pleasant Grove 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 1,200.00 

Pleasant Hill .00 575.00 .00 .00 575.00 

Pleasant Ridge 250.00 375.00 375.00 375.00 1,375.00 

Polkville 468.74 408.79 453.99 469.31 1,800.83 

Poplar Springs 900.00 900.00 900.00 900.00 3,600.00 

Putnam Memorial 104.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 572.00 

Ross Grove 150.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 600.00 

SandyPlains 280.81 287.25 327.05 303.28 1,198.39 

Shelby First 4,000.00 1,461.39 1,000.00 3,000.00 9,461.39 

Shelby Second 275.00 .00 200.00 647.85 1,122.85 

Temple 239.00 225.00 225.00 249.00 938.00 

Union 400.00 .00 400.00 400.00 1,200.00 

Victory 15.00 165.00 .00 165.00 345.00 

Waco 174.99 241.93 237.04 245.59 899.55 

Wallace Grove 25.00 .00 .00 .00 25.00 

Westover .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 

Westview 1,346.00 901.10 1,868.27 1,236.48 5,351.85 

Zion 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 300.00 

Zoar 328.25 1,001.95 500.00 500.00 2,330.20 

Rose Dell 32.55 .00 .00 .00 32.55 

Pathway .00 .00 54.00 .00 54.00 

TOTALS $22,082.55 $20,418.05 $19,558.97 $24,952.43 $87,012.10 



60 



DIGEST OF CHURCH LETTERS 
1980 

Disbursements for Local Work * d w aah rv\ 

Disbursements for All Purposes 587? n n no 

StaffSalaries ;;;v;; l'SnOOOOO 

Property Values 29 285 494 m 

TotalReceipts 5 849*827 m 

Gifts Per Member 5 ' 849 '™ 

Gifts Per Member Coop. Program . . ,7 JJJ 

Gifts Per Member All Missions 30 ™ 

Cooperative Program 401010 no 

Associational Missions S mn'Jv! 

state Missions ..::::::;::: KhE 

Home Missions mwhI 

Foreign ^Missions ] [ [ [ ] ] [ ] [ [ [ ■■ ; ; ] [ [ ] [ [ ] [ - [ [ | ; ; :i §gJ;g 

Childrens' Homes < 0<0 ™ 

Hospital ::::::::::::: f'ffl'SS 

Christian Education ?r 71 2 nn 

Total for Missions i'nSwm 

Baptisms ..'.' .'.'.' .'.'.' :.'." i !.'! .'.'i .".'." .' " 605 

Church Membership -58 787 nn 

Sunday School Enrollment 17715 

Church Training Enrollment 3 oio 

Average Sunday School Attendance .' 9*393 



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